Antonyms for leapt

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


The poor dog heard the tumult, and leapt to your aid, sir, and we made after him.

He leapt for joy at her words, and snatching at his sword, which had been left to him, buckled it on.

She had leapt as the deer leaps, and crouched, still as any deer.

Me she had not seen, nor did she till I darted out of my ambush, and leapt after Rupert into the moat.

And all she cried was, that I had been at the end of the bridge and leapt off.

He leapt on the parapet of the window, laughing as he leapt, and waving his sword in his hand.

Fritz and Sapt leapt out, uncovered, and held the door for me.

Yet he escaped the danger, and leapt for joy when he awoke and found it was a dream.'

Owens leapt from the stack, and the men caught up their guns.

Then he leapt with a rush at the author of the unnatural scene.