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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - having rapidly moving feet
footed - having feet; "footed creatures"; "a footed sofa"
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"In Rory we believe we have a fast-footed attacking player with a good goal-kicking percentage and the ability to also play other positions.
Anderson emerging victorious in both their encounters, Chung will definitely be out to make his mark and avenge his losses to his fast-footed opponent.
"Personally, I don't like VAR because the Uruguayan -- well, Latin American -- style relies on being fast-footed," Rodriguez said.
MORPETH athletes fast-footed into the New Year with a double victory in their own club's 11k road race.
Alongside playing partner Miguel-Angel Jimenez, Johnston decided to emulate the Spaniard's sword celebration and fast-footed fairway jig which he performed in Thailand earlier this year.
Rider warmed up the crowd with a lively tap-dance routine, only to be pushed aside by Gibson's fast-footed Irish dance.
Press releases of the seven-ply variety have fast-footed Euro ripper Lem Villemin getting the pro nod from Cliche.
They charmed viewers with their fast-footed routine to the Mission Impossible theme to take home the pounds 500,000 prize.
And while it's now 16 years since he joined Boro in arguably the transfer coup of the decade, the fast-footed Little Fella will no doubt still have plenty of magic in his boots.
The fast-footed employees at Warwickshire express delivery giant TNT have delivered a massive cash boost that will help feed and educate 1,200 malnourished children in Tanzania for a year.