Entry from British & World English dictionary
Agile and fast on one’s feet: a group of energetic, nimble-footed dancers
More example sentences
- He points to a stocky, nimble-footed teenager, juggling a ball on the back of his neck in front of the nearby goal.
- Whatever happens it is a pretty safe bet that Scotland will be able to provide its fair share of nimble-footed winners.
- It was a message of peace from nimble-footed dancing kids to the people of the world, on a day that was special to all children in the country.
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