fleet-footed

adjective fleet-foot·ed \ ˈflēt-ˌfu̇-təd \

Definition of fleet-footed

: able to run fast

First Known Use of fleet-footed

circa 1743


FLEET-FOOTED Defined for English Language Learners

fleet-footed

adjective

Definition of fleet-footed for English Language Learners

  • : able to run fast



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