noun, plural hot·foots.
verb (used without object)
Examples from the Web for hot-foot
For instance, in the story, "Hot-foot Hannibal," there figures a conjure doll with pepper feet.The Conjure Woman|Charles W. Chesnutt
Yes, and we'll all hot-foot it to the burg of New York, and shoot-up the town!The Boy from the Ranch|Frank V. Webster
If so, surely reason must banish such folly before another dawn and send him hot-foot at daybreak to the Red House.Children of the Mist|Eden Phillpotts
In the matter of thirst I had persevered: being, as you may remember, hot-foot upon rabies just then and the salivary glands.Foe-Farrell|Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
He then told us the guard was after us, hot-foot, and that it was too late.Ned Myers|James Fenimore Cooper