Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of tread.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tread.

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Examples

  • That he says all this below a website banner that has him posed with a cup of tea and an umbrella in front of an airship and a row of Victorian style houses atop a big, hulking city on treads is just laughable.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • Anything with wheels or treads is relegated to the farmers and lower classes.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Anything with wheels or treads is relegated to the farmers and lower classes.

    Rabid Reads: "Leviathan" by Scott Westerfeld

  • That he says all this below a website banner that has him posed with a cup of tea and an umbrella in front of an airship and a row of Victorian style houses atop a big, hulking city on treads is just laughable.

    Steamed at this Punk

  • LA Times, Palin treads carefully between fundamentalist beliefs and public policy

    Discourse.net: McBush/McSame Bashing Special Edition (Palin-Biden Debate Edition)

  • On the bicentenary of its abolition of the slave trade, Britain treads a careful line: An official “statement of regret” may be in the offing for today.

    Calendar

  • On the bicentenary of its abolition of the slave trade, Britain treads a careful line: An official “statement of regret” may be in the offing for today.

    Calendar

  • The law proclaims even to the stranger and sojourner the moment he sets his foot on British earth that the ground upon which he treads is holy and sacred to the genius of universal emancipation.

    The British Empire, Its Growth and Power

  • When he does, it’s with re-treads from the Clintons.

    War Czar for Bush to Keep His Job - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The "fruitily perfumed pineapple weed" that came to Britain from Oregon in the late 19th century and then began to spread throughout the countryside, Mr. Mabey says, "exactly tracked the adoption of the treaded motor tyre, to which its ribbed seeds clung" as if the treads were the soles of climbing boots.

    Stow the Mower, Stop Pulling

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