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well-trodden

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-troddenˌwell-ˈtrodden adjective  1 well-trodden path/track/route etc2 used to describe an idea or a course of action that has been used many times in the pastwell-trodden path/road/ground etc Andrew was on his well-trodden path to conquering another willing lady.
Examples from the Corpus
well-troddenThe floor of the back area was partly grass and partly well trodden cinders.
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