lead-footed


lead-footed
See: HEAVY-FOOTED.

Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.

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  • lead-footed — See: HEAVY FOOTED …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • lead-footed — See: heavy footed …   Словарь американских идиом

  • lead-footed — adjective a) Slow, boring, dull or stupid b) Tending to drive too fast …   Wiktionary

  • Lead-footed — given to reckless and speedy driving …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • lead-footed — Australian Slang given to reckless and speedy driving …   English dialects glossary

  • lead-footed — adjective N. Amer. informal 1》 slow; clumsy. 2》 tending to drive too quickly …   English new terms dictionary

  • lead-footed — …   Useful english dictionary

  • lead — {{11}}lead (n.1) heavy metal, O.E. lead, from W.Gmc. *loudhom (Cf. O.Fris. lad, M.Du. loot, Du. lood lead, Ger. Lot weight, plummet ). The name and the skill in using the metal seem to have been borrowed from the Celts (Cf. O.Ir. luaide),… …   Etymology dictionary

  • heavy-footed — {adj.} 1. Slow and clumsy in walking or movement; awkward in using your feet. * /The fat man tried to dance, but he was too heavy footed./ * /Martha is not fat, but she is heavy footed and walks noisily./ 2. Awkward in choice and order of words;… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • heavy-footed — {adj.} 1. Slow and clumsy in walking or movement; awkward in using your feet. * /The fat man tried to dance, but he was too heavy footed./ * /Martha is not fat, but she is heavy footed and walks noisily./ 2. Awkward in choice and order of words;… …   Dictionary of American idioms