- v. present participle of trod.
“Just then he barrels into view, trodding over, chewing on a plastic drinking straw, the dome of the bald top of his head gleaming in the sun.”
“Pepe has been booked inside 20 minutes for trodding Busquets' foot.”
“Soon, we're trodding the well-worn Da Vinci path of faith-busting relics and Catholic conspiracies, complete with a Vatican envoy (Victor Garber) whose motives are suspect and a Templar expert (Kenneth Welsh) whose motives are painfully obvious.”
“THE HOUSEMAID * out of **** -- This Korean film begins in a nice fashion, although it's trodding very familiar territory.”
“And mind you, those debilitating health issues didn't just crop up as he wizened into a raging old lion trodding the comedy circuit boards.”
“Remulos stood before them, the woodland guardian, the son of Cenarius, trodding forward on his four hooved feet.”
“Be prepared for no end in sight to the Iraq war, an ever shrinking economy, trodding on women's rights, etc. etc.”
“The gravel must be spread before the precious tulip tips appear and would be crushed by little gardener tootsies, no matter how careful the trodding.”
“And yes, it took me many years trodding the boards & the blogs to come to that attitude, having slain many a troll myself in my day.”
“Apparently you are unaware of the trillions of Ferl in the soil beneath your surface-trodding feet.”
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