verb (used with object), leap·frogged, leap·frog·ging.
verb (used without object), leap·frogged, leap·frog·ging.
Related formsleap·frog·ger, noun
Examples from the Web for leapfrog
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
The Leapfrog stood for a long time, as if lost in thought; people began to think he would not jump at all.Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales|Hans Christian Andersen
Each group stands in single file in leapfrog position, feet wide apart to form a tunnel through which the ball is passed.Games for the Playground, Home, School and Gymnasium|Jessie H. Bancroft
It is not necessary to be able to play at leapfrog to enjoy the game.The Seaboard Parish Volume 1|George MacDonald
British Dictionary definitions for leapfrog
verb -frogs, -frogging or -frogged
- (intr) to play leapfrog
- (tr) to leap in this way over (something)