01. I walked along the [path] through the forest.02. The moon follows a regular [path] across the sky.03. The police cleared a [path] through the protesters for the Vice-President.04. My sister took the wrong [path], and ended up getting lost.05. There is a small [path] behind the houses which the children can take as a shortcut to the elementary school.06. The [path] through the forest is becoming overgrown, and is sometimes difficult to follow.07. Malcolm is hoping to follow his father's [path] in becoming a surgeon.08. Little Red Riding Hood should have stayed on the proper [path] to her Grandma's house.09. Mohammed said that he who leaves home in search of knowledge walks in the [path] of God.10. There is a Zen proverb which states that the obstacle is the [path].11. Switzerland has more marked hiking [paths] per capita than any other nation in the world.12. Johannes Kepler, a German astronomer and mathematician, made the discovery that the planets move in oval-shaped [paths] called orbits.13. In the third century in India, the Emperor Ashoka established the [path] of non-violence in his Empire, by emphasizing the Buddhist way of life.14. Our sense of hearing allows us to identify and locate objects in our [path]15. The water which falls on land can take a variety of different [paths] back to the ocean.
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path — path1 [path, päth] n. [ME < OE pæth, akin to Ger pfad, Du pad, prob. early Gmc loanword < Iran (as in Avestan path ) < IE base * pent(h) , to step, go > FIND, L pons, bridge] 1. a track or way worn by footsteps; trail 2. a walk or way … English World dictionary