Definition of 'false step'
Example sentences containing 'false step'
The Sun (2012) Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Britain is only one false step away from Greece.The Sun (2010)
It takes a brave one to get involved, one false step and you could end up the subject of one of her scathing songs.The Sun (2009)
Yet there is invariably one race, one false step, that undermines them.Times, Sunday Times (2009) Christianity Today (2000)
They skilfully combine colourful characters, fast-moving plots and a world where one false step in religion or politics can mean a grisly death.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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