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  • n. Plural form of footmark.

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Examples

  • We could see what kind of footmarks you make in them.

    The Mystery of the Strange Bundle

  • The bricks, again, occasionally bear curious signs, such as footmarks of chickens, dogs, or pigs, which stept over them while still fresh, impressions of coins and medals, words or sentences scratched with a nail, etc.

    Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 7 Italy, Sicily, and Greece (Part One)

  • In the midst were the deep impressions of the splay-hoofed game, and all about, everywhere, were the lighter footmarks of the wolves.

    THE LAW OF LIFE

  • By almost universal consent the Lancastrian is now considered to be the finest swing bowler in world cricket and, though I would not disagree with that assessment, his mastery of fast-medium late swing comes more from the Pakistan nonconformist tradition, following in the footmarks of Imran Khan, Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis.

    Praveen Kumar's rare style of swing bowling is as bold as it is old | Rob Bagchi

  • If the dismissal of Roland-Jones, inside edging a wide half-volley on to his stumps, was fortunate from Middlebrook's point of view, the wicket of the left-handed Rogers, snicking a delivery that turned sharply away from him out of the bowler's footmarks, would have given pleasure to finger spinners everywhere.

    Dawid Malan gives Northants the runaround as Middlesex get upper hand

  • He rashly decided to drive against the spin, but the ball landed in the footmarks and span back through the gate into the stumps.44th over: England 106-6 Strauss 41, Anderson 3 Rehman will bowl the first delivery of the day, to Jimmy Anderson.

    Pakistan v England – day two live! | Andy Bull and Rob Smyth

  • There was some spin, too, for the off-spinner out of Mr. Bollinger ' s footmarks, something that will have been noted by Graeme Swann and Australia ' s batsmen.

    Australia Tortured by Tremendous Pietersen

  • Do you tell me that in that time the guilty person managed to make footmarks in the corner, open the window, mark the sill with blood. take the wedding nng off the dead man's finger, and all the rest of it?

    Chennai

  • There were no signs of violence, no footmarks, no robbery, no record of strangers having been seen upon the roads.

    Sole Music

  • He went alone, at his own request, for he explained that any unnecessary footmarks might make his task more difficult.

    Sole Music

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