As Ann Veronica went back along the Avenue to her aunt she became aware of a light-footed pursuer running.
The light-footed Caribs were swiftly gliding to their tasks at the waterside.
The light-footed fawns were skipping, like lambs, in the sunlit glades of the forest.
She was off, light-footed as Daphne, the rhythm of morning in her step.
Kit could not resist, but lumbered forward, despite the thumped knee, and fell afresh on the light-footed Deering.
On we dashed, over all impediments—our light-footed infantry not far behind.
Peter raced down in the evening with the light-footed little goats.
light-footed as a girl she ran forward to greet her father, Colonel Hancock.
A bell was rung at certain hours to collect the light-footed tribe to their meals.
"I used to be light-footed, in my youth," said Philemon to the traveler.
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