Synonyms for hopped

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOPPED

I suppose they had developed into little frogs, and hopped away.

Take some good sweet wort before it is hopped, put it into a jar, and a little yeast when it becomes lukewarm, and cover it over.

Murgatroyd hopped to his lap and gazed interestedly at the screen.

Jon hopped a section of packing cases and crouched out of sight.

He hopped into the center of the floor—leaning on the cases as if for support.

Stan hoiked her tail with a blast of prop pressure and hopped her off.

He hopped again, even higher this time, but his wings would not work.

Who was that hopped a horse like he was goin' for the doctor, and tore off?

“Caw, caw,” said a big raven that hopped on the stone in front of her.

He hopped nimbly from Ramon's steps into the obscurity of his own door.

WORD ORIGIN

a word that seems to merge three senses of hop; the meaning "flavored with hops" (hop (n.1)) is first attested 1660s; that of "under the influence of drugs" (hop (n.2)) is from 1924; that of "excited, enthusiastic" (perhaps from hop (v.)) is from 1923. Meaning "performance-enhanced" (of an engine, etc.) is from 1945.

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