surefooted


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surefooted

(shŭr′foot″ĕd)
Being able to walk or run without stumbling or falling.
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I must confess that I do not find Bonfil's mirror metaphor or his other shifting formulations any more precise or surefooted than Roth's in defining the protean relations between Jews and Christians in Renaissance Italy.
Surefooted, independent, friendly, fiercely competitive (at least the billy) - goats are everything that sheep are not.
Iceland is rugged, and the horses are surefooted "In the centre of Iceland there are only three kinds of scenery--Stones, More Stones and All Stones," wrote W.
Potentially representing "the most dramatic change in business in more than a century," the green movement "should pick up momentum as it matures and as corporate America becomes more surefooted," according to the portfolio managers.
Thankfully via a control knob between the two front seats, I could switch from twowheel to all-wheel drive, allowing the 4007 to remain surefooted despite a sea of mud.
She may not be the most surefooted member of the Cabinet, but at least she's got sole.
If only boxing movies were as surefooted and packed that kind of wallop.
Because the conference occurred in the midst of the election standoff, it was on people's minds that our strategy might change with a new administration, and we need to move quickly and be surefooted in our next steps.
Hills, who are normally very surefooted in pricing up this market - as they are with others as well - estimate Stoke supremacy at a tenth of a goal lower than I do, which probably explains most of the difference between us.