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footway

[ foot-wey ]
/ ˈfʊtˌweɪ /
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noun
a way or path for people going on foot.
Also called footpath. British. a sidewalk.
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Origin of footway

First recorded in 1425–75, footway is from the late Middle English word fotewey.See foot, way1
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British Dictionary definitions for footway

footway
/ (ˈfʊtˌweɪ) /

noun
a way or path for pedestrians, such as a raised walk along the edge of a bridge
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