Part of speech:
Very busy or active
That springs or spring.
The definition of buoyant is someone or something that is able to rise or float in air or water.
Being in physical motion:
Full of life; active; vigorous
Made or depicted using animation:
To interfere with; thwart or obstruct:
To overlay or spread with something:
To bypass is to provide an alternative way around, or to get around something.
To fall or drop straight downward
To fall in drops
To take off the top of (a plant, etc.)
To turn the attention to and try to take advantage of:
Surge is defined as to quickly and suddenly move as part of a crowd, to increase rapidly and suddenly, or to cause someone to feel sudden and powerful emotions.
To raise in importance, value, esteem, etc.
To stir up; instigate:
To raise to a more important or responsible job or rank.
To raise the spirits of; elate; exhilarate
To raise in rank; promote.
To raise (a preceding bet or an ante)
To raise by means of a jack
(Informal) To raise (prices, etc.)
To start suddenly and run away, as a horse
To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
To acknowledge and accept or deal with:
To direct the efforts or attention of (oneself):
(Grammar) To inflect (a noun, a pronoun, or an adjective) for number and case.
To become or cause to become less or smaller, as in number, amount, or intensity.
To grasp mentally; apprehend:
To allow (passengers) on board.
To get away from; flee from
Approach means to move close to something.
To stir the emotions:
Reaching too far; exaggerated:
Throbbing with life and activity; lively
Not conforming to established rule, method, usage, standard, etc.; out of the ordinary; anomalous
Energetic; vigorous; forceful
Shaken; perturbed; excited
Speaking or flowing easily; fluent.
A structure or course from which a jump is made:
To descend by means of a parachute.
(Intransitive) To move suddenly, or be excited, on feeling alarm; to start.
To cause to rise:
The definition of alternate is to switch back and forth between two things or activities.
Gambol is defined as to jump and skip about playfully.
To lunge is defined as to move forward quickly.
To start or wince involuntarily, as from surprise or pain.
To escape or avoid, especially by cleverness or deceit:
To rise on or as on an escalator
(Sports) To exaggerate a fall in an attempt to induce a referee to call a penalty on an opponent.
Out of the way; completely away:
To load to capacity; fill:
The definition of cavort means to jump, dance or play in a happy way.
(Electricity) To increase the voltage of (a circuit).
Ambush means to attack by surprise.
To leap or spring, as in recovery
To rise up on the hind legs in a lively way, esp. while moving along
(Archaic) To prevent (a person) from getting his fair share of something
To jolt is defined as to push, prod, shake, or surprise someone abruptly or in order to make them act, or to lurch or move ungracefully.
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
To cause or urge to proceed quickly; hurry:
Mug is defined as to attack someone, particularly to rob him or her, or is slang for making faces in front of the camera.
To climb or ascend:
To leave, as in danger or out of necessity; forsake; desert
Ricochet is defined as to bounce off a surface and go another direction.
Dance is defined as to move the feet and body to rhythm.
To shrink or start involuntarily, as in pain or distress; flinch.
To recoil is to spring back or back away.
To shake, jolt, or bounce, as in riding
To move in a succession of quick, slight jerks; rock lightly
Twitch is defined as to move or pull with a slight jerk.
To lay in a cross direction; to cross.
To fail to hit something aimed at; go wide of the mark
To fail to include; leave out
(Brit., Informal) To leave quickly, as to escape creditors
(Intransitive) To change gears (in a car).
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