footpath

[ foo t-path, -pahth ]SEE DEFINITION OF footpath

Synonyms for footpath

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOOTPATH

I was gazing idly at the footpath opposite, which is bounded by the Luxembourg railings.

Presently they reached a footpath from which the house at Hoddon Grey could be reached.

I am in the proper way, while you very improperly ride on the footpath.

She's taken the footpath to the left that leads into Steeple!

She went inland, across the stream, and took a footpath back to the shore.

The other three men were already out on the footpath in front of the bank entrance.

The men on the footpath looked at one another and then at her.

The lady had walked along the footpath, and now came across into the road.

There is just a footpath between the crags and the pond, which is very deep on that side.

Everything was covered with snow; there was not even a footpath.

WORD ORIGIN

also foot-path 1520s, from foot (n.) + path.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FOOTPATH

path

nouncourse, way
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