Lead-foot



[led-foo t] /ˈlɛdˌfʊt/

noun, plural leadfoots, leadfeet. Informal.
1.
a person who drives a motor vehicle too fast, especially habitually.

verb

To drive fast: Starting Friday, speeders will pay an extra $20 when caught lead-footing (1940s+ Truckers)

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  • Leadfooted

    [led-foo t-id] /ˈlɛdˈfʊt ɪd/ adjective, Informal. 1. awkward; clumsy. 2. tending to drive too fast.

  • Lead-footed

    [led-foo t-id] /ˈlɛdˈfʊt ɪd/ adjective, Informal. 1. awkward; clumsy. 2. tending to drive too fast. adjective clumsy and slow Related Terms fast lane, hammer lane, in the straight lane



  • Lead-free

    [led-free] /ˈlɛdˈfri/ adjective 1. . /ˌlɛdˈfriː/ adjective 1. See unleaded (sense 1)

  • Lead-glaze

    [led] /lɛd/ noun, Ceramics. 1. a siliceous glaze containing lead oxide as a flux.



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