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Word of the Day 08/02/19 Tripping

Tripping (adjective)
tripping [ trip-ing ]


adjective
1. light and quick, as a step or pace.
2. proceeding with a light, easy movement or rhythm.

RELATED FORMS
trip·ping·ly, adverb
un·trip·ping, adjective

RELATED WORDS
topple, tumble, skip, slide, slip, stumble, canter, play, plunge, misstep, founder, buck, spring, lapse, miscalculate, disconcert, lurch, confuse, sprawl, lope

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Origin: First recorded in 1555–65; trip + -ing

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