I looked with awe at the ground I trod on, to see what the Powers had made there, the form and fashion and material of their work.
Since graduating from Simmons College as a business major in 1958, Ruth had trod a conventional path.
Keep ever in the one straight path Of duty they have trod; And guided by the same pure light Of love, for man and God.
Ensuring more diverse images of women in the worlds of both music and media was a path Latifah decided to trod long ago.
In any case, recent events had got me wondering how many Americans had trod the usual path but in reverse.
She could do just what she liked with me, for I loved the very ground she trod on.
He held his head erect and his eyes did not watch the places where trod his feet.
The floor they trod on was made of squares of black and white marble, and there were seats and a round marble table.
It was much longer than that since I and most on board had trod dry ground.
If you played a trick on Walter, you are the meanest man that ever trod the deck of a ship.
Old English tredan (class V strong verb; past tense træd, past participle treden), from Proto-Germanic *tredanan (cf. Old Frisian treda, Middle Dutch treden, Old High German tretan, German treten, Gothic trudan, Old Norse troða).
early 13c., from tread (v.); in reference to automobile tires, it is recorded from 1906.