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Tread, subst. footing, stepping with the foot: “her feet were much too dainty for such t.” LLL IV, 3, 279. “the quaint mazes . . . for lack of t. are undistinguishable,” Mids. II, 1, 100. “it no more merits the t. of a man's foot,” All's II, 3, 292. “list if thou canst hear the t. of travellers,” H4A II, 2, 35.
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