- A tool used to assist the foot into a shoe by sliding the heel in.
- French: chausse-pied
- German: Schuhanzieher , Schuhlí¶ffel
- Italian: calzascarpe
Etymology: From shoe + horn
- To exert great effort to insert or include something; to insert by force or extreme measures.
- They shoehorned the extra appointment into an already packed schedule.
- To use a shoehorn.
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