OTHER WORDS FROM leapfrogleapfrogger, noun
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How to use leapfrog in a sentence
As a result, young professionals of color play leapfrog, jumping from one company to another before they finally land somewhere supportive.Will 2020’s racial reckoning lead to progress on marketing’s long-standing representation problems?|Brooke Henderson|October 6, 2020|Fortune
Unlike technology, there is no leapfrog development in politics.To See the Progress in Afghanistan, Stop Viewing the Country Through a Western Lens|Sam Schneider|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There is a clear preference to see the throne leapfrog Charles.
It was unoccupied, except by a few specimens of young America, who were playing leapfrog over the seats and desks.Nurse and Spy in the Union Army|S. Emma E. Edmonds
Mr. Miller had risen and bowed as if he was giving some invisible person a “back” for leapfrog.Gray youth|Oliver Onions
By my process of induction I perceive that he was a remarkable genius, and owned a yellow dog with a gift for solo leapfrog.The Haunts of Old Cockaigne|Alex Thompson
Leapfrog and the three-cornered game of "cat" were favourite pastimes, but nothing broke the monotony.From the Bottom Up|Alexander Irvine
A pretty joke indeed that he should think of the beautiful Miss Leapfrog, he who is not worth a rap, and is as ugly as a toad.
British Dictionary definitions for leapfrog
- (intr) to play leapfrog
- (tr) to leap in this way over (something)