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Definition of "well-trodden" []

  • (of a path, route, etc) much frequented or used by walkers, travellers, etc (adjective)
  • Describing a route or path that is frequently used. (adjective)

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Use "well-trodden" in a sentence
  • "On the Damrak a well-trodden thoroughfare wedged between Centraal Station and Dam Square, the hotel is sprucing up the accommodation options in the area with designs that feature fine fabrics, fairy tales and famous characters."
  • "ABC called the well-trodden story the most "provocative" statement of the two-hour interview."
  • "This is very well-trodden ground for both men and they are thoughtful and effective advocates for their respective views."