fleet of foot

Definition of fleet of foot

literary

  1. :  able to run fast

Word by Word Definitions

fleetplay
  1. :  drift

    :  flow

    :  to fade away :  vanish

  1. :  a number of warships under a single command

    :  an organization of ships and aircraft under the command of a flag officer

    :  group

  1. :  swift in motion :  nimble

    :  fleeting

footplay
  1. :  the terminal part of the vertebrate (see 1vertebrate 1) leg upon which an individual stands

    :  an invertebrate organ of locomotion or attachment

    :  a ventral (see 1ventral 1b) muscular surface or process of a mollusk

  1. :  dance

    :  to go on foot

    :  to make speed :  move


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