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unshod

Line breaks: un¦shod
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʃɒd
 
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Definition of unshod in English:

adjective

Not wearing shoes: her unshod feet
More example sentences
  • ‘Oh,’ Rebecca said, looking down at her unshod foot and smiling.
  • Unemployed single mother of two, Carol Hendricks, said her son Christopher was told by Van Eck yesterday to go home because his feet were unshod.
  • But in a perfect environment on a perfect surface, then an unshod foot is probably the best way to go.

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