What is another word for Shoer?

Pronunciation: [ʃˈuːə] (IPA)

Shoer is a term that describes an individual who fits or shoes horses. There are various other synonyms for the term Shoer, and they include Farrier, Blacksmith, Hammerman, Hufsmith, Horseshoer, and Horseshoeing Specialist. A Farrier is an individual who specializes in the care of hooves and can fit horseshoes. A Blacksmith, on the other hand, is a skilled individual who works with metal and iron and can craft various tools and equipment. A Hammerman is a specialist who works with hammers and various metal tools, while a Hufsmith is an individual who specializes in caring for hooves. Horseshoer and Horseshoeing specialist are also synonyms for Shoer.

What are the hypernyms for Shoer?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Shoer

Getting up to the top of the ridge was stiff work for an inexperienced snow-Shoer in a hurry and was productive of many tumbles, but it was accomplished at last.
"The Boy Scouts in A Trapper's Camp"
Thornton W. Burgess
Her anger had been roused by Sookdee earlier, and now rising from where she sat, she strode imperiously forward till she faced the jamadars: "Your Chief is too proud to deny this trick that you, Sookdee and Hunsa, and that accursed labourer of another caste, the blacksmith, that Shoer of Mahratta horses whom Hunsa has bribed, have put upon him in the name of Bhowanee."
W. A. Fraser
Did you take him to the Shoer the first thing this morning and have his feet examined, as I directed?
"Frank Merriwell's Races"
Burt L. Standish

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