- n. Plural form of footfall.
“Retailers witnessed decline in footfalls, which is reflected by slowing same-store sales”
“Just then, Big Zojja pounded up behind the others, her footfalls cracking the ice they stood on.”
“They climbed toward the city center, the switchback stairs shaking with their footfalls.”
“A howl sounded in the near distance, footfalls crashing closer.”
“There were footfalls on the steps, coming up from below.”
“Ten minutes later, I heard heavy footfalls in the hall.”
“Following in the footfalls of his parents, Polish-Jewish actors who had immigrated to America at the turn of the century, Paul Muni appeared on the New York stage in the 1920s.”
“The farthest sound of footfalls came to mean escape.”
“Today, Prozone gets more than 20,000 footfalls in a single day.”
“In fact, Shoppers Stop is seeing more footfalls in its Aurangabad store as compared to some of its Mumbai stores.”
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