MEANING: adjective: Affecting smartness and respectability.

ETYMOLOGY: From the perceived preference of suede shoes by people supposedly smart and respectable. From suede (a soft leather), from French gants de Suède (Swedish gloves). Later the word suede was applied to the material, instead of the country. Earliest documented use: 1936. Also see white-shoe.

SUED-SHOED - obtained a warrant against the person with the boots

SUE, DE-SHOD - yes and they took off her high heels, too

SUE DE-SHOWED - she took down the racy web images