sure-footed

surefooted

[shoor-foot-id, shur-]
adjective
1.
not likely to stumble, slip, or fall.
2.
proceeding surely; unerring: his surefooted pursuit of success.

Origin:
1625–35; sure + foot + -ed3

surefootedly, adverb
surefootedness, noun
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sure-footed
 
adj
1.  unlikely to fall, slip, or stumble
2.  not likely to err or fail, as in judgment
 
sure-'footedly
 
adv
 
sure-'footedness
 
n

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