Definition of Leapfrogs

1. Noun. (plural of leapfrog) ¹



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Definition of Leapfrogs

1. leapfrog [v] - See also: leapfrog

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leapfrogs

leap to mind
leap year
leap years
leapable
leaped
leaper
leapers
leapest
leapeth
leapfrog
leapfrog position
leapfrogged
leapfrogger
leapfroggers
leapfrogging
leapfrogs (current term)
leapful
leapfuls
leaping
leaping-house
leaping house
leapingly
leapings
leapling
leaplings
leaprous
leaps
leaps and bounds
leapt
lear

Literary usage of Leapfrogs

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1. Childhood in Literature and Art: With Some Observations on Literature for by Horace Elisha Scudder (1894)
"By some transmigration, souls have passed into tin-soldiers, balls, tops, beetles, money-pigs, coins, shoes, leapfrogs, matches, and even such attenuated ..."

2. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1889)
"... with white hair, allis a larfin, an a big chain in his west- cutt. We plaid leapfrogs, and the ..."

3. Constant's New Babylon: The Hyper-architecture of Desire by Mark Wigley (1998)
"Each section of the vast structure that leapfrogs across the landscape operates like a tone ofthc traditional ..."

4. The People's Voice: The Development and Current State of the South African ...by Adrian Hadland, Karen Thorne by Adrian Hadland, Karen Thorne (2005)
"... on the cusp of these important technological innovations, 'leapfrogs' traditional forms of media and embraces digital technology and its multiple uses. ..."

5. Language Reader by Franklin Thomas Baker, George Rice Carpenter, Jennie Freeborn Owens (1906)
"5 But Tom was most astonished to see how he fired himself off— snap! like the leapfrogs which you make out of a goose's breastbone. ..."

6. The Atonement of Leam Dundas by Elizabeth Lynn Linton (1876)
"Madame could read with native grace and commendable fluency, making nimble leapfrogs over the heads of the exceptionally hard passages, but Leam had to ..."

7. Journeys Through Bookland by Charles H. Sylvester (1922)
"But Tom was most astonished to see how he fired himself off—snap! like the leapfrogs which you make out of a goose's breastbone. Certainly he took the most ..."

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