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Synonyms for scamper

Synonyms for scamper

to move swiftly on foot so that both feet leave the ground during each stride

Synonyms for scamper

rushing about hastily in an undignified way

to move about or proceed hurriedly

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Plans are for a robotic rover emblazoned with the RadioShack logo to scamper across the moon in 2003.
Clearly, the huge device is waiting for Philip Glass to create the first bridge concerto - it will be played by an ordered gymnastic troupe of children, who will surely enjoy the strange properties of the structure as much as those who now scamper across it undisciplined.
The Black Eyed Peas were ushered from their trailers and squeezed into a van in a light-speed scamper that recalled The A Team.
Wiener's small-to-larger-than-life-sized toys mischievously scamper across categories, boundaries, and definitions, not in order to cultivate confusion or to repeat some fashionable deconstruction of binary oppositions--beginning with that between sculpture and installation--but simply because they embody an excess of energy that is both physical and psychological.
A rebound off this level could result in a sharp rally in the shares, as the bears scamper for the exits.
OPEN WIDE Loaded up with snowballs ATTACK A macaque armed with a huge snowball LUNGE One grabs at his playmate SCAMPER Time to retreat.
4 16 valve engine to produce 100bhp which lets the Panda scamper to 100km/h in 9.
Much to the frustration of scientists, some fruit flies scamper around on insecticide crystals designed to kill them.