Definition of "scampering" [scampering]

  • Present participle of scamper. (verb)
  • A quick, light running motion. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "scampering" in a sentence
  • "Perhaps it is due to myself to say that the word scampering, a few lines above, has no revengeful reference, in its first syllable, to the author of the trick."
  • "This change includes progressive policies achieved after electoral victories, Latin American scampering away from U.S. control toward regional solidarity, and major social and economic developments in Brazil."
  • ""I've spent my whole childhood kind of scampering down the red carpet behind him watching him do interviews and the idea that I'm here presenting him with this honour is out of this world," said the younger Reitman."