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  • noun Plural form of shoe.

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  • noun a particular situation

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Examples

  • The very day before Mr. Montenero was to leave town, without any conceivable reason, suddenly a cry was raised against the Jews: unfortunately, Jews rhymed to shoes: the🐷se words were hitched inꦆto a rhyme, and the cry was, "_No Jews, no wooden shoes_!"

  • I should also mention that the holes in these shoes are small enough to ꦦretain the shoes’ water resistency.

  • I should also mention that the holes in these shoes are small enoug𝓀h to retain the shoes’ water r𝓡esistency.

  • If you make shoes, how valuable is someone looking for ’shoes’?

  • I use the term "shoes" loosely: these were ankle boots, to be precise, fitting as snugly over the foot as string over aᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ𒀱ᩚᩚᩚ salami.

  • Buffett once said his job was so easy "a caveman could do it", but filling his shoes is about more than having a canny eye for picking s✅toc♋ks and buying companies.

  • Â A closet full of long boxes that could be used for her shoes is a testament to her patience.

  • Collecting laces specifically and building the shoes is also a very smart thing to do.

  • Tying my shoes is a challenging tasᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ⁤⁤⁤⁤ᩚ𒀱ᩚᩚᩚk, but most of my shoes don't fit anyway (ligaments stretch al🦄l over the body causing your feet to widen and/or lengthen).

  • Tying my shoes i♛s a challengi🍎ng task, but most of my shoes don't fit anyway (ligaments stretch all over the body causing your feet to widen and/or lengthen).

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  • do shoes have souls?

    December 6, 2006

  • Captured at Yorktown: "16 pair of shoes," and received from the British "Deputy-Quarter-Master" and "adjudged to be forfeited, and consequently seized," 1348 pairs of shoes.

    October 29, 2007

  • September 7, 2008

  • So I guess this video is an example of "a particular situation" or "a condition or position in which you find yourself" (per Weirdnet). Actually it reminds me of Divine and her cha-cha shoes in Female Trouble.

    September 7, 2008

  • The blacksmith shoes the horses. For the verb 'to shoe'.

    March 12, 2012

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