Definition of light-footed in English:

light-footed

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adjective

Fast, nimble, or stealthy on one’s feet: a light-footed leap
More example sentences
  • He feathers the stage with his tap-dancing, which is of the light-footed fusillade school.
  • When I wrote that song I didn't want to make light-footed songs anymore.
Synonyms
nimble, light on one's feet, agile, deft, graceful, lithe, spry, sprightly, light of foot, limber, lissom, acrobatic;
swift, fast, quick, quick-moving
informal twinkle-toed, nippy
literary fleet of foot, fleet-footed

Derivatives

light-footedly

adverb
More example sentences
  • He is striding light-footedly and in high spirits towards a victorious golden and peaceful white future.
  • We had danced, light-footedly gliding over the floor, my hands white against his black tunic.
  • With a good pair of snowshoes and some snow, you can walk and hike light-footedly in places you wouldn't imagine during the summer months among the mud, rocks, and underbrush.

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