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nimble-footed

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Definition of nimble-footed in English:

adjective

Agile and fast on one’s feet: a group of energetic, nimble-footed dancers
More example sentences
  • Hitchcock's images of Cary Grant, in all his Arrow-shirt, nimble-footed splendor, are with us yet.
  • Roberts, nimble-footed, quick between the wickets, and full of strokes, joined Lancashire from Northants 18 months ago but failed to impress in his limited appearances last season.
  • Huge numbers of palm trees lined the roads with nimble-footed men springing up ladders to collect the palm sugar liquid.

Derivatives

nimble-footedness

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