surefooted

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surefooted

(shŭr′foot″ĕd)
Being able to walk or run without stumbling or falling.
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With maximum tyre grip on tap, the Subaru can skate surefootedly into corners at the kind of speed that leaves not only your hair standing on end, but probably most of the saloon car competition, too.
From sounds of the imagined beaver rut, Reaching North surefootedly travels to many other places on the Canadian Shield around Yellowknife, finishing deep inside the earth's crust via the McDonald Fault that creates the East Arm of Great Slave Lake.
The successful user of a blend concept -- someone who applies it surefootedly in mundane cases and convincingly in novel or controversial ones -- is well aware of the interdependence of a blend concept's world-guidedness and reason-givingness.
The authors surefootedly pick their way through the minefield of their subject, avoiding making common cause with rightist P-C.