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Synonyms for hop

Synonyms for hop

to bound lightly

a light bounding movement

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a party or gathering for dancing

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the act of hopping

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twining perennials having cordate leaves and flowers arranged in conelike spikes

an informal dance where popular music is played

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move quickly from one place to another

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travel by means of an aircraft, bus, etc.

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traverse as if by a short airplane trip

jump across

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make a jump forward or upward

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In Dahl's charming story, retired bachelor Mr Hoppy is hopelessly in love with his neighbour, Mrs Silver (Judi Dench).
"Oktoberfest is usually delicately balanced but this one is almost too hoppy. Hoppier, I'd say, than other versions of Oktoberfest.
"This is a big beer, thick and viscous, that fin ishes malty and hoppy."
On the first day of my gator hunt with Osceola Outfitters' Hoppy Kempfer, we penetrated thick cypress swamps looking for a hidden lagoon where a big gator had been seen.
But if Steve had heard you too, he'd explain that the modern take on IPAs, which are traditionally strong and hoppy, often don't have the body to match the increasing amounts of hops brewers are using.
From the moment Hoppy was first introduced in author Clarence E.
Zaiser has names for his pets; as the titles of the sculptures indicate, the magpie is Piep, the rabbit Hoppy, and the crocodile Gaty (all works 2005).
Their jazzy, trip- hoppy sounds were perfectly suited to the intimate atmosphere.
I first got to know Hopalong Cassidy the way most people of my generation did: as a child, sitting in front of the TV set my parents had bought in the early 1950s, my eyes glued to the twelve-and-a-half-inch screen every Sunday evening when the local NBC station ran the weekly Hoppy movie starring William Boyd.
Hoppy is desperate to revive the Bantams' fortunes after a run of five defeats left them bottom of League One and he has reportedly made Byrne one of his top targets.
Mr Hopkinson, known as "Hoppy", who died in hospital aged 88 after a fall, moved to the Birmingham Post in 1964.
Paying tribute to Hoppy, Ian Mean, chief news editor on the Birmingham Evening Mail from 1975 until 1984, said: "There are lots of editors but not too many great editors.
And there's much to choose from if you want to enjoy a real beer, a hoppy ale that won't leave you lying in bed vowing never to drink again.
Pale gold and copper-colored, these beers have the malty sweetness, hoppy bitterness and creamy heads of fresh brews.
At 69, Hoppy won the 1983 Pacific Coast Grandmaster Surfing Champion in the 45+ category.