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Foot-loose   Listen
adjective
foot-loose  adj.  
1.
Having no commitments or restrictions. "foot-loose and fancy-free"
Synonyms: fancy-free, footloose.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Foot-loose" Quotes from Famous Books



... dollars, the wages of that sordid period in the cookhouse. She had it now. Two hundred and seventy dollars capital. She hadn't sold herself for that. She had given honest value, double and treble, in the sweat of her brow. She was here now, in a five-dollar-a-week housekeeping room, foot-loose, free as the wind. That was Fyfe's last word to her. He had come with her to Seattle and waited patiently at a hotel until she found a place to live. Then he had gone ...
— Big Timber - A Story of the Northwest • Bertrand W. Sinclair



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