- n. Plural form of footprint.
“Great carpets I think the snow rug with the little animal footprints is my favorite!”
“Humans are going to overwhelm the planet and all that we can do to conserve and leave small footprints is needed.”
“So, am I arguing that working on our carbon footprints is a waste of time?”
“But those responsible for filming the extravaganza decided in advance it would be impossible to capture all 29 footprints from the air.”
“Yeah, they did seem to be coming from above, especially since the left set of footprints is a bit less defined than the right.”
“The group, which also includes Imperial Tobacco Group PLC and Cadbury Schweppes PLC, was formed in partnership with the Carbon Disclosure Project, a London-based nonprofit organization that publishes data on the carbon "footprints" -- an estimate of the amount of carbon dioxide emitted in business operations -- of many of the world's largest companies.”
“Carbon emissions from man-made sources are blamed for overtaxing the Earth's ability to remove carbon from the atmosphere, so carbon "footprints" - the amount of emissions put into the air - are noted.”
“And that means that people living in countries with large consumption "footprints" - regardless of how low their fertility rate - must shoulder the burden instead of pointing the finger at countries with smaller footprints but bigger families.”
“All this effort by the wine industry and its customers to reduce the humans’ carbon footprints is futile for the justifying reasons.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘footprints’.
words that evoke magic, mystery, mayhem, magnificence or anything else that glimmers in the grass
A tribute to Groucho Marx.
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