- v. present participle of lope.
“This kind of loping, lyrical mainstream swing has been Hamilton's stock in trade since the 1960s, but his savouring of tonal subtleties, and effortless hipness about when to push the beat and when to dawdle behind it reinvigorates a style that had begun to fall behind the jazz times 60 years ago.”
“He turned quickly away and went "loping" down the trail, but his gauntlet was drawn across his eyes two or three times before he disappeared from view.”
“Horses are always ready saddled in Spanish ranchos, and in half an hour from the time of our arrival we were again "loping" in the staring sunlight.”
“And suddenly leaping out like a rabbit, bucking, trotting hard, ambling lightly, "loping" on three legs and recreating himself, -- as only a California mustang could, -- the invincible”
“Buddy was able to connect with me, giving me a lot of non-verbal cues, kind of loping, and wanting me to speed up at times," Trooper Shanigan said.”
“Many of the songs they performed on Tuesday either written for the occasion or presented with an acknowledgment of bending the clubs rules evoked a loping folk-rock style that Mr. Dylan pioneered.”
“Eir pressed past him and strode into the courtyard, with Garm loping behind.”
“Eir charged into the lane, Garm loping beside her.”
“They walked in a loose group, Caithe scouting ahead and Garm loping behind.”
“I turned slightly and noticed a baboon loping up a hill with a bag hanging from its mouth.”
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