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  • v. Past participle of retread

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Examples

  • The footprints are trodden and retrodden; the path wears ever broader, smoother, into a broad highway, where even wheels can run; and many travel it; -- till -- till the Town of Stowe disappear from that locality

    Past and Present

  • The footprints are trodden and retrodden; the path wears ever broader, smoother, into a broad highway, where even wheels can run; and many travel it; -- till -- till the Town of Stowe disappear from that locality (as towns have been known to do), or no merchandising, heavenly oracle, or real business any longer exist for one there: then why should anybody travel the way?

    Past and Present Thomas Carlyle's Collected Works, Vol. XIII.

  • The landscape architect's last journey, which started after she left work on December 17, was retrodden by an actress on Tuesday night and filmed for the BBC's Crimewatch.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • The tragic 25-year-old's last journey, which started after she left work, was retrodden by an actress and filmed for

    Evening Standard - Home

  • And there was something else that felt a little retrodden too - but I won't go into that as it's a spoiler.

    all that comes with it

  • I'm, a noob and I bet this is well-retrodden ground here, but wouldn't it be better to call the award * most effective* or * most distinguished* MLA?

    Slugger O'Toole

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