- n. Plural form of footstep.
“Tradition had given to the superstitious at that period a legendary story of the period of the Duke of Monmouth's Rebellion, of two brothers who fought in this field so ferociously as to destroy each other; since which, their footsteps, formed from the vengeful struggle, were said to remain, with the indentations produced by their advancing and receding; nor could any grass or vegetable ever be produced where these _forty footsteps_ were thus displayed.”
“The fact that I have a chance to follow in his footsteps is an honor. —”
“To be invited to follow in their footsteps is a privilege indeed.”
“DT Bud Tribbey — The senior will try to follow the in footsteps of Arthur Jones, the two-time All-Big East nose tackle who graduated in December, leaving a hole in a defense that wasn't special in any Big East categories last year except stopping the run.”
“He takes a tentative first step out, into it all … breaking through the snow crust … punching in footsteps … heading toward the center, the first small clearing, an island of ice.”
“His policies .... his following in Bush's footsteps is enough for me.”
“Faldo said late Saturday night that he thinks the Americans are hearing footsteps from the Europeans.”
“She rose and, with uncertain footsteps, passed out through the hall and into the room where her mother died.”
“One fact only too evident to anybody who has followed in German footsteps through the valley of the Marne is the part that mere drunkenness had in this affair.”
“Following in their footsteps is the 15-year-old Shiffrin.”
Looking for tweets for footsteps.