Trampled vegetation showed them the path to the firing place.
Trampled by the buffalo, every bush and low tree had been stripped bare.
Trampled down by the ignoble feet of strangers, its springs still retain force enough to restore itself.
Trampled upon, broken-spirited, and as if that's not enough, in my idiocy I must needs fall in love!
Trampled upon by the terrified horses and wounded by the arrows, they lay writhing on the ground in agony.
Trampled up from the dry fields by fighting men in scores of thousands it rose in vast floating clouds that permeated everything.
Trampled by muddy German boots were the fine whiteness of French bed-linen.