Third-person singular simple present indicative form of snowshoe. (verb)
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Use "snowshoes" in a sentence
"Out-maneuvering the herd and sneaking up on them, even if you have to trek miles back in on snowshoes, is exciting."
"Snow that has a little crust on it so that pheasants can flee like the road runner while my three Goldens make like it's the Iditarod with me loping behind in snowshoes."
"Famine and scurvy descends upon them; Long Jeff cries like a baby and Charley has to beat him with a dogwhip; Passuk does not complain: she cooks, lashes the dogs to the sled, breaks trail in snowshoes."