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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsure-footedˌsure-ˈfooted adjective  1 FALLable to walk without sliding or falling, in a place where it is not easy to do this The hill ponies are very sure-footed.2 CONFIDENTskilful and confident and not making any mistakes We need a sure-footed government which understands the nature of the economic challenges we face.
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