Definition of Footsure
1. Adjective. Not liable to stumble or fall. "On surefooted donkeys"
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Literary usage of Footsure
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Crimson Sign: A Narrative of the Adventures of Mr. Gervase Orme by Samuel Robert Keightley (1896)
"... he was and so footsure, that his rider let the reins fall upon his neck and left him to choose his path as he pleased. A small rain had begun to fall ..."
2. The Seal of Silence: A Novel by Arthur Reignier Conder (1901)
"Bobby did not feel very footsure on the heights of fiction, but he must do his best. " Several other people have tried already " " So much the more fun if ..."