Swiftfoot

Definitions of "Swiftfoot"

Swift of foot; nimble.

A bird of the genus Cursorius; one of the coursers. See cut under Cursorius. noun

Nimble; fleet. adjective

The courser. noun

A bird, the courser. noun

The word "Swiftfoot" in example sentences

Beryl's mother swiftfoot through the swing door, very upright and smart in her glossy tan riding-boots, knee-breeches, and graceful long coat of soft tan linen. Blue Aloes Stories of South Africa

But the whole circumstance amazed me too much for quick action, and before I could come up and chastise this unskillful archer, or even aim at the prize which stood beside him, he and the hart had plunged through the wood again, the man running swiftfoot as the beast; and when I followed I could not find them, and unhappily my dogs were astray. Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

But the whole circumstance amazed me too much for quick action, and before I could come up and chastise this unskillful archer, or even aim at the prize which stood beside him, he and the hart had plunged through the wood again, the man running swiftfoot as the beast; and when I followed I could not find them, and unhappily my dogs were astray. " Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard

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