Examples of footpath in a Sentence
a footpath winding through the garden
found the footpath leading down into the valley
Recent Examples of footpath from the Web
The rural footpaths are packed with women in long skirts, who cover their hair with hats, wigs or scarves, and are usually pushing a pram while holding a few more children by the hand.
Use the ladder truck as a sprinkler, wetting down the lodge’s roof and everything within about 30 to 40 yards: a footpath, the lodge’s back patio, a 500-gallon propane tank, vegetation and other nearby structures.
Burnley’s offense: The town council this year erected kilometer signs along footpaths.
The brick in the footpath running up to the 2017 Bengals opener on Sept. 10 against Baltimore was laid late on April 30, 2015, when Cedric Ogbuehi was drafted No.
It's been 25 years since three Canadians came up with the seemingly crazy idea to connect all of Canada's hiking trails, footpaths, rail trails, and boardwalks to become one giant super-trail, according to Atlas Obscura.
After completing the mazelike walk inside the haunted house, museum officials point out the footpaths participants took, which seems very small compared to the length of the VR journey.
Across a dirt footpath sit the ruins of a stone wall.
That footpath served as the base for the trail visitors can walk today.
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