leapfrog

[ leep-frog, -frawg ]SEE DEFINITION OF leapfrog

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Others were playing at leapfrog, or chasing each other from pillar to post.

Leapfrog is one of his methods of getting over the ground quickly.

One was leapfrog, and another was of the snap-the-whip variety.

It is not necessary to be able to play at leapfrog to enjoy the game.

Mr. Miller had risen and bowed as if he was giving some invisible person a “back” for leapfrog.

Elsewhere the natives were wondrously pleased to see some of our party playing at leapfrog during the stops.

The Leapfrog stood for a long time, as if lost in thought; people began to think he would not jump at all.

Each group stands in single file in leapfrog position, feet wide apart to form a tunnel through which the ball is passed.

He even played a game of leapfrog with the Son of the Magician, then they sang a comic duet, of which I cannot remember the words.

Leapfrog was the prevalent game for the time, but at last Henry de la Tour suggested theatricals, and they were agreed on.

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