Antonyms for leaped

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When he leaped to one side to make the shot, Andrew was already among the trees.

He leaped toward Garson—would have wrenched the pistol from the other's grasp.

The Judge sprang from the car, leaped the stream, and started toward them.

He leaped to his feet and seized her savagely by the shoulders.

All over the camp the porters, startled, leaped to their feet.

He leaped up and ran to the top of the stairs and leant over the banisters.

But Theseus by this time had leaped up, and caught the monster off his guard.

Nelson, at the head of a few of his seamen, leaped upon the beach.

Uncas abandoned his rifle, and leaped forward with headlong precipitation.

Suddenly Creon leaped low and caught him by the leg and threw him.