Definitions

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  • adj. Light-footed.

Etymologies

From light +‎ foot. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Its embarrassing to America to have lightfoot Franken in office as well as to have a arrogant elitist as president who really hasn't a clue as the past months have shown .......

    Franken handles Senate debut with a light touch

  • The colorful Sally lightfoot crab Graspus graspus is a distinctive shoreline species.

    Galápagos National Park & Galápagos Marine Resources Reserve, Ecuador

  • Then she walked lightfoot away, lifting her tail from her spotted flanks, while the young ones nimbly trotted.

    The Virgin and the Gypsy

  • Such then was its nature (_Lepus, levipes_, lightfoot, some think).

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 7

  • Even the visits of golden nymphs, sweet ambassadors of commerce, who rustle in and out of my room with memoranda, mail, manuscripts, aye, even these lightfoot figures fail to charm.

    Shandygaff

  • And eke, ye lightfoot mayds, which keepe the deere,

    Epithalamion

  • They barred the heavy door 'gainst lightfoot fear;

    The Listeners and Other Poems

  • And eke, ye lightfoot mayds, which keep the deere,

    Epithalamion

  • He came as of old habit; he had come when the lightfoot herds ranged from here to the sweet, mist-watered canons of the Coast Range, and the bucks went up to the windy mesas what time the young ran with their mothers, nose to flank.

    The Last Antelope

  • With rue my heart is laden For golden friends I had, For many a roselipt maiden And many a lightfoot lad.

    Collected Essays

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