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Shoemakers

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The patron saints of shoemakers are St. Crispin and his brother Crispian, who supported themselves by making shoes while they preached to the people of Gaul and Britain. In compliment to these saints the trade of shoemaking is called “the gentle craft.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Shoddy
Shoe
Shoe-loosed
Shoe Pinches
Shoe a Goose (To)
Shoe the Anchor (To)
Shoe the Cobbler (To)
Shoe the Horse (To)
Shoe the Wild Colt (To)
Shoes
Shoemakers
Shoot the Moon (To)
Shoot the Sun (To)
Shooting-iron (A)
Shooting Stars
Shop
Shop-lifting
Shore (Jane)
Shoreditch
Shorne (Sir John) or Master John Shorne
Short