footpad : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a highwayman who robs on foot
- At the bottom, Armstrong will place his right foot in the bowl-shaped footpad andby 2:22 a.
- A Chicago reader, for example, found "footpad" (see below) and triumphed briefly until it was discovered that the Chicago Tribune currently uses the word.
- Even a modern bandit (not necessarily a common footpad but, say, one of those Hangchow hotelkeepers who right now are charging five days' key money for two days' hotel reservation .