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足取り, 足どり, あしどり

  • ashidori


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • gait
  • manner of walking (swimming)


  • trace (e.g. of route taken by hunted criminal)

Examples of 足取り,足どり,あしどり in a Sentence

The police have found no trace of the suspect yet.
Her footsteps were as light as a fairy's.
He walks with an awkward gait because of an injury.
An old man came tottering along.
She always walks with a light step.

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