shoehorn

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a device used for easing the foot into a shoe

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fit for a specific purpose even when not well suited

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1) shoehorns for people with physical disabilities (4 Unit)
Steel Pulse's Good Morning, Good Morning shoehorns the song awkwardly into a new setting, and Within You Without You's sitar jars with that reggae beat.
It shoehorns his biggest songs, like Rock On, A Winter's Tale and Hold Me Close - plus some lesser known ones like You're In My Heart and If I Could - into a story about funfair owner Levi (played by David).
Demand far outstripped supply, with over 50,000 shoehorns sold in the first four months alone.
Like many newscasts, ``Prime News'' clumsily shoehorns magazine-style segments into its mix.