- v. place or press the foot on
“We had heard no step on the grass-grown track; the water running in the vale was the one lulling sound of the hour and scene; we might well then start when a gay voice, sweet as a silver bell, exclaimed: --”
“All day he was “down town”; and in winter it was long after nightfall when she heard his fagged step on the stairs and his hand on the school-room door.”
“You hop on the treadmill, jump on the bike, or step on the elliptical trainer; then you turn on the TV or pop in the earphones of your iPod or flip through the trifecta of required reading People, Us Weekly, and In Touch, and off you go … to nowhere fast.”
“Nazia walked beside Maleeha, keeping her gaze down, taking care not to step on the crabs or the decaying starfish that littered the sand.”
“I wandered over to the mantel, taking care not to step on the rug, and examined the pictures on display in their gold-edged frames.”
“The house was empty when at length he heard her step on the stair and strolled out of the billiard-room to join her.”
“Or maybe about that year that Steven Gardener and his friends spent every lunch trying to step on the back heels of his shoes.”
“Whether I knew it or not, the white silk khata represented a blessing that moved me to the next step on my journey of discovery.”
““All of you will take the oath in two days, the first step on the great road to becoming a communist,” continues Vera Pavlovna as she looks at Dimka.”
“One difficult step on Earth may have been the beginning of what is known as eukaryotic lifein which cells have an elaborate structure with nuclei and ribosomes.”
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