View definitions for footsteps
noun as in trail
In 2010, La Rana Dorada followed in Istmo's footsteps and opened a brewpub in the neighborhood of El Congrejo.
Inspiring others to follow in their footsteps is one of the best parts of the gig, the drivers said.
His legacy lives on in the comedians who work each night trying to follow in his footsteps.
Following in those shrewd, shirtless footsteps, perhaps one day Jonas will be peed on by Nicole Kidman, too.
Models are always a few faltering footsteps away from breaking an ankle (or worse).
How long he lay there he did not know, but he opened his eyes when from the outside he heard hurried footsteps.
"Nearer and nearer came the footsteps," read Luther, pausing at each word to make sure of it.
As he invariably left a note behind him promising to "be quiet about it," Isabel ceased to haunt his footsteps.
As the girl spoke, footsteps were heard ascending the creaky wooden stair.
There was another clatter of footsteps upon the porch as old Mr. Chumley opened the outer door.
On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to footsteps, such as: aisle, pathway, road, route, stream, and train.
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