I skipped about among the floral tributes while he was talking.
She skipped to the tiny turret which rose above our heads, and lifted the door-latch.
She skipped away, waving him a farewell with the tail of the silver fox.
"Often," said Aggie, and she hummed a music-hall tune as she skipped and tripped along.
But he skipped into the coffin, with the image of St Michael by his side.
His brag was that he had skipped every fight since he enlisted.
My bait, even on a turn of the boat, skipped along just at the edge of the wake of the boat.
I skipped my bait in imitation of a flying-fish leaping and splashing along.
She was very happy, and skipped along like a little wild goat.
"There he is, on the quay, looking at the moorings," says one of the youngsters as he skipped past me.