Light of foot

Having a light step.
Fleet.

See also: Light, Light

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Again he dropped to the ground and sped, silently and light of foot, over the carpet of decaying vegetation, only to leap again into the trees where the tangled undergrowth precluded rapid advance upon the surface.
Liars, and light of foot, heroes of the dance, robbers of lambs and kids from your own people, why do you not get a waggon ready for me at once, and put all these things upon it that I may set out on my way?"
This new feeling was so fresh, so unsatisfied and light of foot. It ran and was not wearied, anticipated him everywhere.
So light of foot was this fair damsel, that she could step from one foamy crest of a wave to the foamy crest of another, without wetting more than the sole of her sandal.
Food from Britain will be undertaking attitudinal research in major international markets to establish public and trade perception of UK food and drink in light of foot and mouth.