Shoeing-horn

shoeing-horn

1. A curved piece of polished horn, wood, or metal used to facilitate the entrance of the foot into a shoe.

2. Figuratively: Anything by which a transaction is facilitated; a medium; by way of contempt.

Anything which draws on or allures; an inducement.

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