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
Officers were first called to a footpath along Lake Kittamaqundi when a man said he was approached by three males who took his wallet and cellphone at gunpoint and then ran away.
People have worn a footpath cutting through the lot to Presbury Street.
There is a 1971 village law that prohibits bikes on footpaths within parks except on paths provided for that purpose, but no one is sure whether Mariemont’s forefathers ever gave a thumbs-up to bikes in the parks, Policastro said.
Parking: Street parking on nearby Main Street, a public lot across the street (accessible via Main Street with a footpath to Old Columbia Pike).
Purchase Street was originally a section of a footpath connecting Rye Lake to Long Island Sound.
A stout gate, leading to a footpath, provided the only break in a wire fence surrounding the jungle.
More than 12,000 miles of roads, footpaths and waterways connected Hanoi in the North with rebels in the South.
A footpath takes visitors through the park to the tunes of pounding waves.
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First Known Use of footpath
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Definition of footpath for English Language Learners
: a narrow path that people walk on
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