Definition of 'light-footed'
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Their touching had made Will strong before; he'd climbed the hill light-footed because Jacob's flesh had been laid on his.SACRAMENT (2001)
He was a big man, a couple of inches taller than Malone, and though he had never been light-footed, his tread now was heavy.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2001) COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
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