Definition of sure-footedly in US English:

sure-footedly

adverb

  • See sure-footed

    • ‘He then turned, ignoring Brant's look of disapproval, and carried her sure-footedly inside.’
    • ‘His deliberately understated portrait of Eton, carefully crafted to be accurate but not so arcane as to alienate readers from other schools, set the Dance sequence sure-footedly on its path.’
    • ‘Butler guides readers sure-footedly through the immensely difficult terrain of these rapidly transforming societies.’
    • ‘We're calling it a reported essay - something that distills reporting and presents it sure-footedly.’
    • ‘More often than not, Martin manages to land sure-footedly but still sprinting.’