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verb as in walk; bear down

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Polar bear paw pads are also ringed with fur and are smaller than those of other bears, the team reports, adaptations that might let the Arctic animals conserve body heat as they trod upon ice.

Après options abound, though for those who truly want to get down, it’s worth veering off the well-trod track and heading south to the slopes of Alta Badia.

Thanks to the popularity of gravel, putting drop bars on a vintage mountain bike is a well-trod path, but older mountain bikes are also great candidates for commuter bikes, winter bikes, basket bikes—or, you know, just using as mountain bikes.

I looked with awe at the ground I trod on, to see what the Powers had made there, the form and fashion and material of their work.

Ensuring more diverse images of women in the worlds of both music and media was a path Latifah decided to trod long ago.

But in the end, the comics trod lightly upon the truly scary topics.

Since graduating from Simmons College as a business major in 1958, Ruth had trod a conventional path.

In any case, recent events had got me wondering how many Americans had trod the usual path but in reverse.

The latter trod on the toes of the former, whereupon the former threatened to "kick out of the cabin" the latter.

He could have struck his friend and partner to the earth, and trod him there to death, as he confronted and upbraided him.

And it was magnified even unto the strength of heaven: and it threw down of the strength, and of the stars, and trod upon them.

They trod with joy the fiery path to glory, and went as gladly to the stake as to a marriage feast.

Tel fut le destructeur d'un pouvoir légitime.Such was the man who trod on rightful power.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trod, such as: trample, squash, traipse, march, subdue, and stride.

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