Thesaurus / light-footed
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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In shape she was straight and tall and rounded, light-footed as a buck, delicate in limb, wide-breasted and slender-necked.
SWALLOWH. RIDER HAGGARD
But it seemed to them all that an exceedingly bulky object had passed as guardian of the light-footed damsels preceding him.
Then she fled over it light-footed, balancing the sword, but he couldn't.
ENGLISH FAIRY TALESFLORA ANNIE STEEL
Nimbly the light-footed Blaise threaded his way among trees and undergrowth, and sprang down the open slopes.
THE SECRET CACHEE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
The light-footed Caribs were swiftly gliding to their tasks at the waterside.
Hal took his leave, returning, light-footed, to bachelor quarters.
I have rubbed shoulders with red-crossed knights, and followed in the wake of bare-headed monks and light-footed priests.
GHOSTLY PHENOMENAELLIOT O'DONNELL.
The wood-born people are all light-footed and cautious in their stirring.
THE SPRING OF THE YEARDALLAS LORE SHARP
She was so graceful and light-footed that she seemed to float rather than to walk.
Soon the light-footed clansmen got ahead of the Lowland and French and Irish regiments unused to such heavy walking.

WORDS RELATED TO LIGHT-FOOTED

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.