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route stepmarch with reduced discipline
box stepbasic dance step
corbie-step; corbiestepstep on top edge of gable
curtail stepwider bottom step
en routeon the way
false stepcareless act, stumble
first stepinitial stage, premier level, earliest step (in a series of steps)
goose stephigh stiff marching step
half stepmarch step, semitone
hop, step, and jumptriple jump
one small step for man-one giant leap for mankindwords of the American astronaut Neil Armstrong who was the first man to walk on the moon
one-stepballroom dance, dance a one-step, dance music, type of dance
paper routecourse of paper route, newspaper delivery job, paper round
routegeneral course something follows, regular journey or sequence of calls, send by a specific route, direct along a particular path; mark a route, chart a course, send somebody or something along a route, track, path; customary series of stops during a tr...
rural routerural mail route
steparrange in steps, dance moves, degree or grade, degree or interval, distance of step, easily walk into situation, footprint, measure by steps, move by lifting the foot and setting it down in another spot; walk; place the foot on, tread, move foot, move...
step aerobicsexercise involving stepping onto a block
step dancedance emphasizing steps
step downdecrease in stages, withdraw from position
step functionmathematical function
step inbecome involved, intervene, interfere
step outdate somebody, leave briefly, to be unfaithful, walk with long strides, withdraw from an activity
step rocketmultistage rocket
step stoolportable hinged stool
step turnchange of direction with skis
step upraise in stages, raise voltage, to come forward
step-downdecreasing, lowering voltage
step-inclothing stepped into, put on by being stepped into
step-upincreasing, raising voltage
trade routeroute used by traders
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