What is tripping?

  • (adj): Characterized by a buoyant rhythm.
    Example: "A tripping singing measure"
    Synonyms: lilting, swinging, swingy
    See also — Additional definitions below

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Wes Berggren
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More definitions of "tripping":

  • (adj): Moving easily and quickly; nimble.
    Example: "Walked with a light tripping step"
    Synonyms: light, lightsome

Famous quotes containing the word tripping:

    But that his wife should be one of the performers, that she should be gazed at by a crowd as she tripped about, and that, after all that had been said, she should be tripping in the arms of Captain De Baron, was almost more than he could endure.
    Anthony Trollope (1815–1882)