Definition of Trampolining

1. Verb. (present participle of trampoline) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trampolining

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trampolining

trampish
trample
trampled
trampler
tramplers
tramples
trampleth
tramplike
trampling
tramplingly
trampoline
trampolined
trampoliner
trampoliners
trampolines
trampolining (current term)
trampolinings
trampolinist
trampolinists
trampoose
trampoosed
trampooses
trampoosing
tramps
trampy
tramroad
tramroads
trams
tramstop
tramstops

Literary usage of Trampolining

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1. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1866)
"... unless I am a born fool, which I ain't; no, nor I won't be kept in over my colloquial French either, after this ; and she trampolining away to Hampstead ..."

2. Notes on Sport and Travel by George Henry Kingsley (1900)
"No fat commonplace cows chevy us when we fish ' her'; no pauper-grinding farmer comes down to bully us for ' trampolining up and ..."

3. A Londoner's Log-book, 1901-1902 by George William Erskine Russell (1903)
"... peace is really a much more religious act than to ruin one's digestion and catch endless colds by "trampolining" away to churches a hundred miles off. ..."

4. Cognitive Learning Theory and Cane Travel Instruction: A New Paradigm by Richard Mettler (1998)
"Singer states that, Such sports as tennis, basketball, and fencing would be perceptually oriented, whereas diving, shot putting, and trampolining would be ..."

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