Definition of 'on foot'
Example sentences containing 'on foot'
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That means we have to leave the wagon here and go on on foot.A Plague of Angels (1993) The Sun (2014) The Times Literary Supplement (2013)
They were led away on foot by militants, after a firefight with police.Times, Sunday Times (2010) Christianity Today (2000) The Sun (2010) Times, Sunday Times (2012)
In summer we spend our days climbing on foot or by bike, stopping off at mountain huts along the way.The Sun (2014)
The terrain is largely wooded, so the soldiers will move in light infantry vehicles or on foot rather than in tanks.Times, Sunday Times (2014) The Sun (2008) The Sun (2008)
Officials suspect the aircraft mechanic got away on foot while wearing civilian clothes and have put out a nationwide alert to UK police.The Sun (2008)
The beach is 30 minutes away on foot, but the hotel has a big pool and there are great walking trails surrounding the property.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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