American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. Archaic To go back over (one's course); retrace.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To tread back; go back through in the same steps; retrace.
- v. transitive To retread (one's steps) in the opposite direction; to walk back.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To tread back; to retrace.
- un- + tread (Wiktionary)
“There are moments when I would untread the paths that I have trod.”
“The question was formally debated before the Council, whether, even at this point, they should untread their steps, and, throwing themselves upon the Czarina's mercy, return to their old allegiance?”
“Council, whether, even at this point, they should untread their steps, and, throwing themselves upon the Czarina's 30 mercy, return to their old allegiance.”
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“Sai We do believe thee; and be (hrew my fowl But I do love the favour and the form Of this moft fair occafion, by the which We will untread the fteps of damned flighty And, like a bated and retired jQood,”
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