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fiddle–footed

adjective fid·dle–foot·ed \ˌfi-dəl-ˈf-təd\

Definition of FIDDLE-FOOTED

1
:  skittish, jumpy <a fiddle–footed horse>
2
:  prone to wander <the nameless fiddle–footed drifters, the shifty riders who traveled the back trails — Luke Short>

First Known Use of FIDDLE-FOOTED

1941

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