Definition of Footpaces

1. Noun. (plural of footpace) ¹



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Definition of Footpaces

1. footpace [n] - See also: footpace

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Footpaces

footloose and fancy free
footlooseness
footly
footman
footmanship
footmark
footmarks
footmen
footmuff
footmuffs
footnote
footnoted
footnotes
footnoting
footpace
footpaces (current term)
footpad
footpads
footpage
footpages
footpath
footpaths
footplate
footplate man
footplate men
footplates
footpoint
footpoints
footpost
footposts

Literary usage of Footpaces

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1. Transactions by Ecclesiological Society (1849)
"That some of the miniatures show exceedingly narrow steps, is accounted for by their purposely contracted perspective. Some Flemish pictures show footpaces ..."

2. The world's wit and humor: an encyclopedia of the classic wit and humor of by Lionel Strachey (1906)
"One day a blind, by a little Dog on a String led, his footpaces cautiously measuring, Beggar the Castle toward-advan- cing observed was. ..."

3. The Exchequer Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts by Great Britain Court of Exchequer, William Newland Welsby, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber, Edwin Tyrrell Hurlstone, John Gordon (1856)
"... he would deliver up the demised premises unto C., "together with all locks, keys, bars, bolts, marble and other chimney-pieces, footpaces, slabs, ..."

4. A Treatise on the Law of Leases: With Forms and Precedents by Thomas Platt (1847)
"... jambs, footpaces, slabs, sash windows, and other windows, casements, window shutters, doors, locks, keys, bells, bolts, bars, and fastenings whatsoever, ..."

5. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1866)
"The first bay of the nave is appropriated to lay choir, footpaces of side altars, and ascent to chancel. It is divided from the rest of the nave by a plain ..."

6. The Ecclesiologist by Ecclesiological Society (1865)
"There are hardly any ancient footpaces in England, but on the Continent they are not uncommon. Some years ago I measured one at Batalha, in Portugal; ..."

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