footworn

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footworn

(ˈfʊtˌwɔːn)
adj
1. Also: footweary footsore
2. worn away by the feet: a footworn staircase.
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Why are ourselves cumbersome, divided David Rumney, Not for them crossings of broad black and white bands, tried and tested for many years, but a new idea: paths of granite setts, grey pathways to guide the footweary walker to the other side of the road, and what of these setts?
Less as a directed response to grief offered up by a divine guide, Davy's consolation unfolds along the byways trod by footweary wanderers.
Con Shiels - who has died aged 96 - was 20 when he joined 200 footweary demonstrators, including his father, Con Senior, for the final leg of the 300-mile walk for work from the depressed Tyneside town of Jarrow to the nation's capital.
Friendly and relaxed, it's a real haven for the footweary shopper -as many of them have realised.