footpath

[foot-path, -pahth]
noun, plural footpaths [foot-pathz, -pahthz, -paths, -pahths] .
1.
a path for people going on foot.
2.
British, footway ( def 2 ).

Origin:
1520–30; foot + path

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footpath (ˈfʊtˌpɑːθ)
 
n
1.  a narrow path for walkers only
2.  chiefly (Brit), (Austral), (NZ) another word for pavement

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Example sentences
Walk along the footpath and experience the mystery and power of this effigy.
The road, after the two wayfarers had crossed from the peninsula to the
  mainland, was no other than a footpath.
The guide paused at skulls of a hippo and a crocodile along the footpath, using
  them as props to tell us about the animals.
Tourists can rest on the benches that are located along the footpath.
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