Examples of footfall in a Sentence
She heard footfalls echoing in the hall.
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Houses, echoing with the footfalls of generations, came apart, and blew away like paper.
Spare energy is all around us, from the pressure exerted by every footfall to the heat given off by heavy machinery.
Comparable sales at its U.S. stores rose 1.8% on the year, while footfall also increased in response to a range of initiatives designed to encourage online shoppers to keep visiting physical stores.
Then the researchers used a metronome to sneakily alter people’s strides by asking them to match their footfalls to the metronome’s tone — landing with their right foot every time the metronome sounded.
Grasshoppers in greens and browns leap away with every footfall.
Over the approaching holiday weekend of Dussehra, a Hindu festival, the restaurants should see their heaviest footfall of the year.
But workers will need new skills as stores try to create more footfall.
Although footfall at individual IKEA stores has been falling since 2015, the number of visits to the group’s website has increased by over a fifth (see chart).
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