fleet-footed

[fleet-foot-id]
adjective
able to run fast.

Origin:
1585–95

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Main Entry:  fleet-footed
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  quick and nimble on one's feet
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Example sentences
Now imagine that the lion is a linebacker and the gazelle is a fleet-footed
  running back.
The commission dispatched a sharp-sighted fleet-footed mole.
And my fleet-footed orderly couldn't always find husky arms to conscript on the
  lonely country road.
They are worn for fleet-footed dances performed on tiptoe.
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