Third-person singular simple present indicative form of step.(verb)
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Use "steps" in a sentence
"New technologies typically develop by steps, perceived needs leading to new developments, and those in turn suggesting new steps -- but we're talking about _steps_, not leaps across chasms."
"He wandered along the bank of Ekaterininsky Canal for half an hour or more and looked several times at the steps running down to the water, but he could not think of carrying out his plan; either rafts stood at the steps edge, and women were washing clothes on them, or boats were moored there, and people were swarming everywhere."
"Until, when some little time had passed by, there came a sound of steps in the hall, steps slow and rather heavy; and the door opened softly, and a vision came in."