verb (used without object), foot·pad·ded, foot·pad·ding.
Examples from the Web for footpad
What if a footpad started sinking into the moondust, or the Eagle sprung a leak?
And we know what we think of the footpad,—and what we do to him.The Duke's Children|Anthony Trollope
Quantitative experiments on wounds of the footpad of dogs showed that cotarnin invariably increased the bleeding.
I was assaulted by a footpad near Abrantes, as if I was worth robbing.The Snare|Rafael Sabatini
A sailor coming across Blackheath one evening, was stopped by a footpad, who demanded his money, when a scuffle ensued.
I found he always carried them about with him: and then I thought there was no way for it but to hire a footpad to rob him.Dust|Julian Hawthorne