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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Countless footweary believers made the arduous journey to Jesmond, with those travelling though the old town of Newcastle making their way along 'Pilgrim Street'.
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.