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Definition of "leaping" []

  • Present participle of leap. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "leaping" in a sentence
  • "“Nick,” she says, the word leaping out before she has a chance to stop it."
  • "This is not your ordinary, everyday headline; that's for sure, and I feel sorry for the fellow now in the ECU; but I cannot shake the image of a deer with the Screaming Eagle on his shoulder leaping from a plane and shouting "Geronimo" as he opens his 'chute."
  • "When he heated them they grew and grew, becoming quick and lumpy, until they could outwit him (and all his hungry guests waiting with beer and bread out in the yard) by leaping from the pan with their half-wings and running down the lane like boys."