hotfoot[ hot-foo t ]SEE DEFINITION OF hotfoot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOTFOOT
"Raish is hotfoot after that stock of mine," growled the light keeper.
"Hotfoot from speech with me thou wentest to the battle," said he.
Seize horses or even asses for your men, and ride in hotfoot.
"Let's hotfoot it down to the African village and see what the movies are doing that is interesting today," she proposed.
Just you stir your stumps and hotfoot a slug of square-faced gin into me if you know what's for your own best good.'
As by one impulse they tore through the door and made, hotfoot, for the Long Branch.
Then they turned and fled through the streets of Adrianople with a dozen Turks hotfoot after them.
But about the time the twentieth century dawned, the new patent breakfast foods began to boom; and we got after them hotfoot.
If the effect had been produced in the soles of policemen's feet, Hoddan would have given every cop a hotfoot.
It been so hot, I hate to hotfoot it nine miles to Winnsboro and huff dat same distance back on a hot summer day.