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On a footloose pilgrimage to the American Southwest, Wright realized that sometimes the best approach to a creative project is to just wing it and hope everything works out.
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This was simply because all Long's dealers were doing a Monte Carlo business in back and he was the only one footloose.
Imry picked Danson because hes a footloose artist who paints illustrations for magazines.
The whole success of Tarrant Enterprises, Ltd., hinged on its being entirely footloose.
TRADING JEFF AND HIS DOGJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
Was it a year ago, or only a few days, that he had been the footloose owner-manager-working force of Tarrant Enterprises, Ltd.?
TRADING JEFF AND HIS DOGJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
But I do hope you've got your railroad built and are footloose and free to take another commission.
PIRATES' HOPEFRANCIS LYNDE
But poets are a footloose class and are often found with lame and halting feet.
PTOMAINE STREETCAROLYN WELLS
But the forts and the like are necessary so that the Navy may be footloose.

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION