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  • n. Plural form of footfall.


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  • Retailers witnessed decline in footfalls, which is reflected by slowing same-store sales


  • Just then, Big Zojja pounded up behind the others, her footfalls cracking the ice they stood on.

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  • They climbed toward the city center, the switchback stairs shaking with their footfalls.

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  • A howl sounded in the near distance, footfalls crashing closer.

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  • There were footfalls on the steps, coming up from below.

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  • Ten minutes later, I heard heavy footfalls in the hall.


  • Following in the footfalls of his parents, Polish-Jewish actors who had immigrated to America at the turn of the century, Paul Muni appeared on the New York stage in the 1920s.

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  • The farthest sound of footfalls came to mean escape.


  • Today, Prozone gets more than 20,000 footfalls in a single day.

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  • In fact, Shoppers Stop is seeing more footfalls in its Aurangabad store as compared to some of its Mumbai stores.

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