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- adj. Of a number of people walking, or especially marching, synchronously, so that that footfalls occur at the same time.
- adj. Of two or more people agreeing, or following the same policy or procedure.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Follow the directions above but replace the singing of “I Love You” or Shhhhh in step 4 with Ujjayi breathing.
Master Oldive, "said Berdine falling in step with the Healer as the others followed Hittet and Master Robinton across the Court.
This was midwinter, and for once the calendar was in step with the seasons, thanks to the fastidiousness of the Pontifex Maximus, Lucius Caecilius Metellus Dalmaticus, who felt date and season ought to coincide — quite Greek, really.
The golem began to shuffle toward Chainer, and the officer fell in step beside it.
As a youngster he would follow the soldiers every parade day, not for the glory of marching in step to the music of the band, but for the chance it gave him to throw back his shoulders, puff out his small chest, and blow on his tin pipe-whistle in adoring imitation of the bugler.
There is no conflict on the main course of events, and here Flash-man is in step with other historians.
The little bag held only keys, sunglasses, and a bruised organic apple, and Anne felt funny carrying it as she fell in step with the taller Bennie and walked to Willa’s house.