- adj. having or moving with a high step
“When he realized the cat was close, he high-stepped it right over to the feline and ran him off.”
“As Raul Castro waved and saluted from a reviewing stand, troops high-stepped through Havana's sprawling Revolution Plaza.”
“Paula Abdul's Live to Dance high-stepped to No. 1 in the ratings.”
““Which leaves me,” Caithe added as she high-stepped away from her destroyer.”
“When Chris Cooley caught his touchdown, Portis high-stepped in joy, by himself, yards and yards away from the cameras.”
“She high-stepped her way to the paddock, playfully pawing the ground as they roared.”
“After Jack hit the second of consecutive jumpers to complete a 22-2 run that bridged the half, he high-stepped and high-fived his teammates as a bewildered Brown called timeout facing a 70-47 deficit.”
“But then the switchbacks got narrower, the ramping road gave way to a high-stepped path, and paving stones gave way to carved and weathered rock, with makeshift repairs or detours where some ancient calamity had torn away the original path.”
“I think many fans are all about the celebrations following big defensive stops, like when London Fletcher threw back Tashard Choice for a three-yard loss late in the game, and then high-stepped his way off the field.”
“After he scored on a 14-yard run midway through the third quarter, L.T. celebrated with his teammates and then high-stepped across the field to the bench.”
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