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The rich and well-connected from California and New York hopping on private planes to Florida for their shots.

From Vox

If this dark outlook persists, expect to see more Americans putting off big purchases, passing on job-hopping opportunities, and even avoiding that new business venture they’d been considering.

From Fortune

The xEMU is supposed to encourage normal walking as opposed to hopping, and make it easier to kneel down stably in one motion to work close to the ground—which wasn’t much of an option for Apollo astronauts.

My boots crunched along as I climbed past thundering Alberta Falls, rock-hopping to avoid late-season mashed potato snow.

To avoid all this hopping and rotating, when we hit an edge of the net we could instead glue on a new, rotated copy of the net and continue straight into it.

What happens when the young, rich characters bring their hard-partying, bed-hopping antics stateside?

Paris Hilton was just another party-hopping socialite until her then-boyfriend, Rick Salomon, released their sex tape.

Rep. Mark Sanford, the Appalachian trail-hopping ex-governor who now represents the city in Congress, spent the day in Washington.

Game of Thrones has its ever-sprawling cast and its continent-hopping locations.

It is made, as the label narrates “with traditional mash hopping and without wort boiling.”

“In just a minute,” replied the clerk, hopping around the other table to have Belle Ringold and her friends repeat their orders.

The exploring party started slowly down the rusty track, with the dog hopping happily on three legs.

And there, hopping about on a spray of beautiful apple blossoms, was another bird.

As the door opened in the side, I lay the rifle down, stood with crossed arms as the thin, hopping horrors came near.

The tall, graceful Schree warriors followed us into the cavern, and last of all came the two hopping Jivros.


On this page you'll find 68 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hopping, such as: brisk, bustling, busy, and buzzing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.