1. verb. To intentionally slow one's pace during work to avoid productivity.
2. verb. To intentionally walk very slowly through an intersection so that cars will be forced to wait for you after the light has turned green.
1. Tyrone sugarfoots between the freezer and the fry station, even if it means the customers have to wait. He's getting paid by the hour, not by the french fry. He'll work hard when they promote him to executive vice-president, and not one day before that.
2. Lo'Quashia sugarfoots across the street, daring someone to honk their horn or yell at her. It makes her feel powerful to block traffic when the light turns green.
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