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arc of electricity, to leap across a gap between conductors. [1/4 definitions]
bound2 to leap; spring. [2/4 definitions]
breach to leap upward out of the water. [1/7 definitions]
buck2 of a horse or similar animal, to leap off the ground and come down with stiff forelegs. [1/7 definitions]
caper1 to leap, hop, or skip about in a playful manner; frolic; gambol. [2/4 definitions]
capriole a leap or caper, as in dance. [2/3 definitions]
curvet to leap or cause to leap in a curvet. [1/2 definitions]
Feb. abbreviation of "February," the second month of the Gregorian calendar year, usu. having twenty-eight days, but having one additional day every leap, or fourth, year.
February the second month of the Gregorian calendar year, usu. having twenty-eight days, but having one additional day every leap, or fourth, year.
frisk to leap or skip in a lively and happy manner; frolic (often fol. by "about"). [1/3 definitions]
gambol to run, leap, or skip about; frisk; frolic. [1/2 definitions]
hop1 to make a short, springy leap or series of leaps. [3/8 definitions]
hurdle a movable or fixed barrier over which a runner or horse must leap in the course of certain races. [4/6 definitions]
impala a reddish brown African antelope known for its ability to leap and for the long, ridged, curved horns of the male.
jump to leap into the air. [5/20 definitions]
jump ball in basketball, a method of putting the ball in play in which the referee tosses the ball straight up between two opposing players, who leap and try to tap the ball to a teammate.
leaf hopper any of a family of insects that leap from one plant to another, sucking the juices and often transmitting plant diseases.
leap to move or act suddenly or quickly with, or as though with, a leap. [1/6 definitions]
leapt a past tense and past participle of leap.
outleap combined form of leap.
overleap to leap over or across. [1/2 definitions]