Antonyms for trod

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The earth he trod was like no other ground he had ever walked upon.

On mounting the steps at the Thtre Franais I trod on a lady's dress.

We had to move slowly, as at every step we trod upon the dying or the dead.

Where they trod it was as if peach pits were crushed beneath their feet.

They called to Madame Gaudron to be careful how she trod on account of her condition.

Blink, unable to persuade the hat, mounted it with her fore-paws and trod it under.

No one dropped the ring or mispronounced the responses, or trod on Evie's train, or cried.

As she settled herself comfortably after this change, he trod on the edge of her dress.

Oh, how she felt as she trod to and fro within that dim-lit room!

Yet, after all, he was a real fine fellow, and as smart an officer as ever trod a quarter-deck.