Slow and laborious in movement: a big, heavy man who tends to be a bit leaden-footed
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- He seems even more leaden-footed than his predecessor, letting a fancy metropolitan elite from London dance round him.
- A half-time alteration was blatantly required and made when Murray, leaden-footed at left-back, gave way to Maloney.
- Having celebrated his graduation with a vigorous, table-top dance, why does the hero turn into a leaden-footed klutz?
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