dry shod

dry-shod

[drahy-shod]
adjective
having or keeping the shoes dry.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English drye schodde, Old English drȳgsceod, equivalent to drȳg- dry + sc(e)od, past participle of scōgan to shoe, derivative of sc(e)ōh shoe

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dry-shod

adjective
having or keeping the feet or shoes dry; "a land bridge over which man and beasts could have crossed dry-shod" 
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