“He staid still there a good long spell, and the minister and Huldy left him there and come up to the house; but they hadn't more than got in the door before they see old Tom a hippin 'along, as high-steppin' as ever, sayin '' Talk! talk! and quitter! quitter! 'and struttin' and gobblin 'as if he'd come through the Red”
“Seven years ago had he been drowned, according to general belief, one fearful night, in crossing the river by Bromiley or Brunckerley hippin-stones.”
“It is beautifully situated on a slope on the Yorkshire side of the Ribble, beyond the "hippin-stones" we have named.”
“Now, it was but a mile or so from this ancient borough to Brunckerley, or Bromiley hippin (stepping) stones, across the Ribble, where, upon this insecure but long-used mode of transit, the steps of our forefathers were guided over the ford.”
“Neither horse nor man could wade that hurly-burly there last night, for the waters were out, and the footboy from Waddow told me that nobody could even cross the hippin-stones at eight o'clock.”
“And I'll lay thee a grey lapstone, an 'a tachin-end to boot, that I run ower t' hippin-stones to-night, and never a wet sole; but a buss and a wet lip I'll bring fro 'the bonniest maiden at Waddow!”
“With the hippin 'and the hoppin' and the bippin 'and the boppin', they don't know what the jazz is all about.”
“- I want to put Facebook’s Music Player application on this page in order to facilitate the aforementioned hippin’ and hoppin’.”
“Said product is a movie, and said movie has a soundtrack that will get the kids a-hippin’ and a-hoppin’.”
“I will ketchup laytur – keep awn wif teh singin and dansin an hip-hippin an ai’ll be baak laytur!”
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