What is another word for footpath?

Pronunciation: [fˈʊtpaθ] (IPA)

A footpath is a path or track made for pedestrians to walk on. It is a term used predominantly in British English, and it can be seen as an equivalent to the American English term "sidewalk." Synonyms for the word footpath could include words like trail, path, walkway, and pavement. A trail is a path through a natural setting, often used for walking or hiking. A path is a general term for a way through which someone can travel, often used for both walking and cycling. A walkway is a path laid out specifically for pedestrians, often found in public areas, such as parks and city centers. Finally, pavement is also an equivalent to the word footpath, as it refers to a surface that has been specially prepared for people to walk on.

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What are the hyponyms for Footpath?

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Usage examples for Footpath

After sitting a while on the front steps, with his elbows on his knees and his head in his hands, he rose and strolled out along the quiet country road on its grassy footpath, past the Ballards' home.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
The faint footpath grew still more indistinct, the undergrowth denser and more difficult for persons walking.
"Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir"
Charles Garvice
The dog ahead set up an angry echo, through which the youth could hear the man's angry attempt to silence the animal, and guided by the two voices, the wanderer struck into a footpath, and running at a good pace, came suddenly into a small clearing, in which stood a small wooden hut, before the door of which man and dog were standing as if on guard.
"Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir"
Charles Garvice

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