the setting down of a foot, or the sound so produced; footfall; tread.
the distance covered by a step in walking; pace.
a step by which to ascend or descend.
follow in someone's footsteps,
to succeed or imitate another person.
the action of taking a step in walking
the sound made by stepping or walking
the distance covered with a step; pace
a single stair; step
to continue the tradition or example of another
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follow in someone's footsteps
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The pressure of a footstep causes it to leap out of the ground and then explode, spraying shrapnel in every direction.
She lived downstairs from him and had not heard a noise, not so much as a footstep, in his apartment for two days.
Turtles and unseen pond creatures plopped into the water with each footstep.
Ray, who looks deliriously smitten, is supposed to keep the beat with each footstep.
It takes decades for this fragile volcanic landscape to recover from a single footstep.
Unfortunately, it can be killed with one misplaced footstep.
Bear trails are a clear path of bear footstep depressions created by bears stepping in the same place as they walk.
Hikers unknowingly and unintentionally alter sites in many ways with each footstep.
While walking on the fi eld water can be seen or heard with any footstep.
From the back last journey of footstep, anyway there have federation at present people.
About which deep specific sale of activity, also also say engineering of additional footstep.
When every footstep or cough echoes, people feel ill at ease.
As nature abounds, exploration and excitement are only a footstep away.
Footstep discuss far remote and well cultural in nervous wisdom.