Part of speech:
To bounce; rebound.
To glide or pass quickly and lightly over or along (a surface).
To leap over or across:
To manage to keep away from; avoid
To move rapidly; go swiftly
To teach a specific gait to a horse.
To shine over or through something at an angle:
To accomplish something suddenly or vigorously:
To trudge is to walk slowly and laboriously.
To make with a hip or hips, as a roof.
To acknowledge and accept or deal with:
Meet is defined as to come face to face with, be there when someone or something arrives, or to be introduced.
(Intransitive, idiomatic) To show emotion, to grieve or be concerned about something or someone.
Ricochet is defined as to bounce off a surface and go another direction.
To propel oneself over:
To put; to place; to deposit; to deliver, with a sense of withdrawing oneself.
To omit is to leave something out or to fail to do something.
To cause to carom.
To bounce or skip
To afford herbage for the feeding of:
To put out of one's mind
To break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation.
To avoid; shun:
To start moving; to depart.
To give a thorough beating to; thrash.
(Intransitive) To play truant.
A source, beginning, or motive:
To change posture or position; stir:
To remain in a state or condition; stay:
To move rapidly along a surface, usually with frequent light contacts or changes of direction; skip or glide quickly:
Free means to release or let go.
To inquire for; request:
The act of neglecting to do something required by law; especially one’s duty.
bound off one point after another
To leave a location, often in a hurry, with money or property of another.
To keep away from; evade; shun
To pay little or no attention to
To pronounce; utter:
- Ricochet is used of an inanimate object that has been thrown or shot and that bounds or skips in glancing deflection from a surface
- Hop suggests a single short jump, as on one leg, or a series of short, relatively jerky jumps
- Bound implies longer, more vigorous leaps, as in running, or by an object thrown along the ground
- Skip suggests a springing forward lightly and quickly, leaping on alternate feet, and, of inanimate things, deflection from a surface in a series of jumps
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