If she had made a mauvais pas no one could retire from it with more dignity.
This mauvais pas would not, perhaps, trouble younger cragsmen.
By all the gods!if he had only known Who held him between life and death upon the mauvais pas!
This, if I may use the metaphor, is the mauvais pas in the ascent of Parnassus: and here Daniel broke down.
When at last you had them behind you, came le mauvais pas, which corresponded to its name.
On returning, we descended by a different path, which in many parts might well be termed a mauvais pas.