Related formswell-trod·den, adjective
Examples from the Web for well-trodden
As has been well-trodden at this point, the lyrics to this classic duet are quite concerning.The Most WTF Covers of ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside,’ Everyone’s Favorite Date-Rape Holiday Classic|Kevin Fallon|November 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though the idea of parsing meaning from hip-hop is new, the link between music and mental health is well-trodden ground.Hip-Hop Psychology: Using Music to Fight Mental Illness|Charlotte Lytton|November 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A stone mosque built not long after the city became a well-trodden passageway still stands as a central attraction in the town.
Evans has a few choice quips for spotting and avoiding the well-trodden, souvenir-shop-lined tourist routes.
The Tudor period is well-trodden ground in historical fiction and I admit I picked this book up wearily, thinking I knew it all.
The floor was of well-trodden earth, while the walls bore numerous traces of mould.Garrick's Pupil|Auguston Filon
We were following a clear, well-trodden path, along which a herd of yaks had recently been driven.From Pole to Pole|Sven Anders Hedin
The next morning La Salle took his brother and seven men, and followed a well-trodden Indian trail in search of a village.
A well-trodden road follows the crest of the ridge, parallel to the river.A Northern Countryside|Rosalind Richards
But if I put him upon a smooth and well-trodden part of the road, he appeared to be in trouble and distress.Wanderings in South America|Charles Waterton