Examples of footloose in a Sentence
When she was 20, she was footloose and fancy-free, with no family or serious career to tie her down.
after having been chained for so long, the suddenly footloose dog ran helter-skelter about the yard
Recent Examples of footloose from the Web
Their geographical behaviour is limited and predictable, not footloose and fancy-free.
And in what reads like an embarrassing instance of wish-fulfillment, Rachel Carson, the Hillary figure, is safely dead, leaving Duncan footloose and free to enjoy the world’s sympathy.
Based on the novel of the same name, the musical tells the story of an Italian war bride trapped in rural Iowa who falls in love with a footloose photographer while her family is out of town.
Gellhorn tired of Hemingway's footloose, bar-hopping lifestyle based in Old Havana hotels.
There was once a time not so long ago when teen television was pretty footloose and fancy free.
Leon Lett's Super Bowl fumble The Cowboys came up with a strip sack late in Super Bowl XXVII against the Buffalo Bills, and Lett, a defensive lineman, scooped up the loose ball and ran footloose and fancy free toward the end zone.
At the Migis Lodge on the northwestern banks of Maine’s Sebago Lake, the Porta family has been re-creating that footloose feeling for adults and their own children—with make-your-own ice cream sundae socials and Bingo nights—since 1968.
Maybe the 2000-yard barrier is within reach for a stress-free and footloose Elliott.
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at large, at liberty;
FOOTLOOSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of footloose for English Language Learners
: able to act or move freely : not held back by ties to other people
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