Definition of 'nimble-footed'
Example sentences containing 'nimble-footed'
He was a nimble-footed boy of ten, running over St Stephen's Green, hunting out empty cigarette packets the gentry might have discarded.DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MAN
It seemed, too, that she fell in love, genuine love, as other people, fumble-footed, fall into holes that more nimble-footed elements avoid.MURDER SONG
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