Re-trod - definition of re-trod by The Free Dictionary
Past tense and a past participle of re-tread
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References in periodicals archive
If in years to come, their own child re-trod
their path, how would the couple feel?
I knew it would not be long before New Labour re-trod
the old path of building more roads to get us out of appalling traffic chaos.