Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of toeprint.

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Examples

  • I remember we all had to have our toeprints taken as well as our fingerprints.

    Bono On Bono

  • At a run, too; the toeprints were widely spaced and the heel print was almost nonexistent.

    Riverwind the Plainsman

  • His fingerprints, toeprints, and retinal patterns had been too quickly changed.

    Starfishers

  • Had he had the necessary knowledge and the wit of eye-observance, he would have noted that the footprint was smaller than a man's and that the toeprints were different from a Mary's in that they were close together and did not press deeply into the earth.

    Chapter 20

  • The toeprints lead straight toward the tiny little lake that you see shining through the foliage.

    The Masters of the Peaks A Story of the Great North Woods

  • Was it possible that the police, trained observers, would mistake toeprints for fingerprints?

    In The Queens' Parlour

  • Had he had the necessary knowledge and the wit of eye-observance, he would have noted that the footprint was smaller than a man’s and that the toeprints were different from a Mary’s in that they were close together and did not press deeply into the earth.

    CHAPTER XX

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