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dry-shod

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Definition of dry-shod in English:

adjective& adverb

Without wetting one’s shoes: [as adjective]: dry-shod evacuation involved getting into a lifeboat at deck level
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  • Getting to Shenavall bothy dry-shod is almost unheard of, and we didn't fancy our chances.
  • It's a magical sort of dry-shod crossing that's less apt to occur on a whitewater river like the Madeira, which flows too fast and heavily for such general meandering.

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