Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Light-footed Lacy in the title role and naughty little Nan Marshall in the role of Celia only added to the entertainment.

    Exit the Actress

  • Light-footed as a child, she sprang away from her eavesdropping, raced down the hall and whisked herself into a guest parlor.

    Ship Of Destiny

  • Light-footed David slipped across, but I, being heavier, plunged in up to my shin.

    At Plattsburg

  • Light-footed Sue ran with a cry of joy into her father's outstretched arms, and then leaping down darted to Ellen, chattering like a magpie.

    Homespun Tales

  • Light-footed as the panther, the young soldier crept to the heavy oaken door.

    A Fascinating Traitor An Anglo-Indian Story

  • Light-footed and lithe of limb was Lady Hilda, as befitted a Devonshire lass accustomed to following the Exmoor stag-hounds across their wild country on her own hunter.

    Philistia

  • Light-footed girls ran across the path along which he crept, or sported with their friends close by the shrines where he was kneeling.

    The Marble Faun - Volume 1 The Romance of Monte Beni

  • [303] 'Light-footed Greek:' Achilles, who was left at Scyros, dressed in female attire.

    Poetical Works

  • Light-footed and imaginative, he has drawn comparisons with Ronaldinho and if Mexico can get their flowing passing game going expect Dos Santos to be at the heart of it.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Light-footed Dilmaghani dictated the pace throughout and displayed a range of quality shots, delivered with pace and accuracy to head and body, which would have troubled a significantly better fighter than of Rozhakmens.

    BoxingScene.com

Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.