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1. a cardinal number, 2 plus 1.
2. a symbol for this number, as 3 or III.
3. a set of this many persons or things.
4. a playing card, die face, or half of a domino face with three pips.
4. amounting to three in number.
5. three sheets in the wind.
1. three, 3, III, trio, threesome, tierce, leash, troika, triad, trine, trinity, ternary, ternion, triplet, tercet, terzetto, trey, deuce-ace, digit, figure
usage: the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one
1. horseshoe, game equipment
usage: game equipment consisting of an open ring of iron used in playing horseshoes
2. horseshoe, shoe, plate, scale, shell
usage: U-shaped plate nailed to underside of horse''s hoof
1. horseshoes, equip, fit, fit out, outfit
usage: equip (a horse) with a horseshoe or horseshoes
1. a U-shaped metal plate, plain or with calks, nailed to a horse''s hoof to protect it from being injured by hard or rough surfaces.
2. something U-shaped, as a valley, river bend, or other natural feature: We picnicked in the middle of a horseshoe of trees.
3. horseshoes, (used with a sing. v.) a game in which horseshoes or other U-shaped pieces of metal, plastic, etc., are tossed at an iron stake 30 or 40 ft. (9 or 12 m) away in order to encircle it or to come closer to it than one''s opponent.
to put a horseshoe or horseshoes on.
having the shape of a horseshoe; U-shaped: a horseshoe bend in the river.
horseshoe, narrow plate, commonly of iron or steel, shaped to fit a horse''s hoof and attached to the hoof by nailing it to the inner edge of the horny wall of the hoof. Horseshoes vary from the light plate worn by race-horses to the heavy shoe with sharp pointed wedges, or calks, worn by horses of logging camps in drawing heavy loads over roads of ice. The earliest extant shoe dates from the 6th cent. B.C. A horseshoes used by the Romans was a leather boot with a metal plate at the bottom. Before the advent of motor vehicles, shoeing horses was an important trade, often combined with general blacksmithing. Often the horseshoer''s skill cured lameness, and before veterinary medicine became a profession the horseshoer, or farrier, treated horses for all their diseases. The horseshoes is an emblem and talisman of good luck.
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