Definition of 'soft-footed'
Example sentences containing 'soft-footed'
She opened her mouth to call again, but instead, obeying she knew not what primeval instinct, went, soft-footed, towards the kitchen.DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY
Overcome with the vapours and attended by some soft-footed medical practitioner who specializes in `women's ailments".THE DISPOSAL OF THE LIVING THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR PRINCE
Definition of soft-footed from the Collins English Dictionary
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