EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STEP

As I approached nearer I saw at every step new tokens of my friends.

"Taken the first step toward a good dinner," said the other, coolly.

“Would that you had been with us,” said Ambrose, sitting down beside him on the step.

He walked, indeed, with a step of amazing springiness for a man of his years.

In this a step in advance of some of our neighbours was taken.

But we are disposed to vindicate the propriety of the step he took.

The Republic has marched on and on, and its step has exalted freedom and humanity.

This step followed legitimately after the disestablishment of the Irish Church.

He slipped to the door in turn with a step so noiseless that even Jud wondered.

He had somehow injured his knee that he could not walk a step.

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