Results for: Leap

In Performing Arts

How do you do a split-leap?

First, decide on which leg to be the front leg for your final split in the air. In this example it'll be the right (R) leg. . The preparation for the leap is running forwar (MORE)
In Rhyming Words

What rhymes with leaping?

sleeping, creeping, peeping, leap: creep sleep heap peep Sleeping
In Calendar

Is 2010 a leap-year?

2010 was not a leap year. List of leap years from 1800 through2016: 1804 1808 1812 1816 1820 1824 1828 1832 1836 1840 1844 18481852 1856 1860 1864 1868 1872 1876 1880 1884 188 (MORE)
In Care of Fish

What fish leaps up waterfalls?

Salmon, when ready to spawn, return from the Pacific and Atlantic oceans to deposit their eggs in certain rivers. They will swim against heavy rapids and will leap over waterf (MORE)
In Football - American

Is leaping a penalty in NCAA football?

yes, it is a penalty that occurs on a point after touchdown attempt when a player uses another player( teammate) in an attempt to propel himself higher to block the kick.
In Synonyms and Antonyms

What is a synonym for leaped?

As in: "He leaped into the pool", "She leaped over the ditch" Jumped Bounded Dove / Dived Soared Flew Hurdled Bounced Sprang Hopped Vaulted As in: "Th (MORE)
In English Language

Is heart leaped in to mouth a hyperbole?

Possibly, because hyperbole is exaggerated speech. But 'heart leaped in to mouth' is undeniably a metaphoric expression.
In Business & Finance

Is leaps and bounds a store?

Yes leaps and bounds is a store in South Carolina North York Street Lancaster.
In Mental Health

What is quantum leaping?

Quantum leaping is the premise behind Quantum Leap the TV program. Its just a made up phenomenon of time travel by swapping bodies with other people at various times within th (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is leaping?

Jump or spring a long way , to great height , or with great force
In Spanish to English

What does leaped mean?

It is the past-tense of leap, which means to jump.
In Adjectives and Articles

Is leaped an adjective?

Although seldom seen, it could be used as an adjective (leapedobstacles, leapt obstacles). It is a verb form, the past tense and past participle of toleap and has the varian (MORE)