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hotfooted


 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  hotfoot 
 
  1  sense  of  hotfoot 
 
  Sense  1 
  rush,  hotfoot,  hasten,  hie,  speed,  race,  pelt  along  rush  along  cannonball  along  bucket  along  belt  along 
  =>  barge,  thrust  ahead,  push  forward 
  =>  tear,  shoot,  shoot  down  charge,  buck 
  =>  dart,  dash,  scoot,  scud,  flash,  shoot 
 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  hotfoot 
 
  1  sense  of  hotfoot 
 
  Sense  1 
  rush,  hotfoot,  hasten,  hie,  speed,  race,  pelt  along  rush  along  cannonball  along  bucket  along  belt  along 
  =>  barge,  thrust  ahead,  push  forward 
  =>  tear,  shoot,  shoot  down  charge,  buck 
  =>  dart,  dash,  scoot,  scud,  flash,  shoot 
  =>  plunge 
 
  Entailment  of  verb  hotfoot 
 
 
  Synonyms/Hypernyms  (Ordered  by  Frequency)  of  verb  hotfoot 
 
  1  sense  of  hotfoot 
 
  Sense  1 
  rush,  hotfoot,  hasten,  hie,  speed,  race,  pelt  along  rush  along  cannonball  along  bucket  along  belt  along 
  =>  travel,  go  move  locomote 
 
  Familiarity  of  verb  hotfoot 
 
  hotfoot  used  as  a  verb  is  very  rare  (polysemy  count  =  1) 
 
  Synonyms  (Grouped  by  Similarity  of  Meaning)  of  verb  hotfoot 
 
  Sense  1 
  rush,  hotfoot,  hasten,  hie,  speed,  race,  pelt  along  rush  along  cannonball  along  bucket  along  belt  along 
  =>  travel,  go  move  locomote 
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  Overview  of  verb  hotfoot 
 
  The  verb  hotfoot  has  1  sense  (no  senses  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  rush,  hotfoot,  hasten,  hie,  speed,  race,  pelt  along  rush  along  cannonball  along  bucket  along  belt  along  --  (step  on  it  "He  rushed  down  the  hall  to  receive  his  guests";  "The  cars  raced  down  the  street") 
 
  Overview  of  verb  hotfoot 
 
  The  verb  hotfoot  has  1  sense  (no  senses  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  rush,  hotfoot,  hasten,  hie,  speed,  race,  pelt  along  rush  along  cannonball  along  bucket  along  belt  along  --  (step  on  it  "He  rushed  down  the  hall  to  receive  his  guests";  "The  cars  raced  down  the  street")