After loping some distance he was sure he heard the call, and stood perfectly still to await another sound.
Only wonder is they didnt put a bullet in him, and end his loping.
But loping easily along as his ancestors might have pursued a baboon or antelope, Shir K'han overtook the screaming human.
A month here and you'll be loping over the range, high, wide, and handsome.
A large jack-rabbit was loping slowly out of the way of the buckboard.
A rider had just reined his horse round and was loping toward them.
The soft ceaseless flow of words from Wally and the loping horses pushed Gin into an exaltation, after a little.
Pursuers—he could not count how many—were loping along in his rear.
Through the gloaming another boy was loping in, on a spotted pony.
A minute later, however, it sprang into life as Captain Baldwin led his men onto the field through the same gate at a loping run.
"to run with long strides," early 15c.; earlier "to leap, jump, spring" (c.1300), from Old Norse hlaupa "to run, leap," from Proto-Germanic *khlaupan (see leap (v.)). Related: Loped; loping. The noun meaning "a jump, a leap" is from late 14c.; sense of "long, bounding stride" is from 1809.