footprint


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  • noun

Synonyms for footprint

Synonyms for footprint

a mark of a foot or shoe on a surface

a trace suggesting that something was once present or felt or otherwise important

the area taken up by some object

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In the mud along the bank the ape-man saw the footprints of the two he sought, but there was neither boat nor people there when he arrived, nor, at first glance, any sign of their whereabouts.
There were double tracks, and wonderful they were, such as one might marvel at, the doing of a clever sprite; for as for the cows, the dark dust kept and showed their footprints leading towards the flowery meadow; but he himself -- bewildering creature -- crossed the sandy ground outside the path, not on his feet nor yet on his hands; but, furnished with some other means he trudged his way -- wonder of wonders
Without giving any further attention to Daddy Jacques, my friend took a piece of paper from his pocket, and taking out a pair of scissors, bent over the footprints.
The husband carried a lantern, from which, however, no light yet shone; and trudged on, a few paces in front, as though--the way being dirty--to give his wife the benefit of treading in his heavy footprints.
BlueShift's advanced QuickLink vacuum robotic system, controlled by cutting-edge QuickBlue(TM) software, offers significant benefits over current cluster tool equipment--a compact, efficient and flexible linear design with smaller system footprint, substantially lower costs, enhanced quality control and increased wafer throughput.
Aktino's footprint advantage is a real benefit to our business.
The ecological footprint is a measure of human demand on the earth's ecosystems, and helps to measure land and sea area that is used to produce resources.
With the purchase of its coffee, Tiny Footprint Coffee makes a contribution toward the Mindo Cloudforest Foundation (www.
Whenever sensational crimes such as baby-switching or the abduction of infants or young children appear in the news, interest in footprint identification techniques increases.
They understand that no two persons' footprints are exactly the same, but each person is capable of leaving a footprint.
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- As the world community is highly concerned about global warming, many countries have promoted the carbon footprint labeling system.
For a contribution of $100, a baby's footprint is etched on a silver medallion measuring 3-1/8 inch in width, along with his or her name and birth date.
Reduced Footprint, Enhanced Thermal Performance, Increased Efficiency, Low Ripple and Noise
1 incorporates technologies such as uClibc, squashfs and DirectFB and developer tools focused on memory analysis, which allow for significantly reduced total memory footprint.
The company is offsetting its carbon footprint from business operations by purchasing Renewable Energy Credits and Forest Sequestration Offsets from Green Mountain Energy Company's eMission Solutions division.