unshod

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From Middle English unshod, from Old English unscōd, equivalent to un- +‎ shod.

A person without shoes

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unshod (not comparable)

  1. Not shod; without shoes.
    He ran unshod across the yard and down the street.
  2. (colloquial) Of a vehicle, not fitted with tyres on the wheels.

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