Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of hedgehop.

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Examples

  • And then this great ugly grey beast comes into sight, hugging the ground, hedgehopping, looking for all the world to be moving along on giant rails.

    Power of Chinooks

  • Spotting a small hole in the clouds, he dropped through and began hedgehopping over farms and villages until he found an open pasture to land in.

    Masters of the Air

  • Instead we had simply established that we could not allow hedgehopping over our territory and that it was necessary to respond.

    ROME PAPER CARRIES FIDEL CASTRO INTERVIEW

  • We reached our own conclusions and informed those in charge of the Soviet units present that we believed that hedgehopping should be prevented because it would make a surprise attack easier.

    ROME PAPER CARRIES FIDEL CASTRO INTERVIEW

  • The people were calm; it was a very tense time; it was obvious that an incident could occur at any moment because we were already shooting at American aircraft that had begun hedgehopping.

    ROME PAPER CARRIES FIDEL CASTRO INTERVIEW

  • Going out alone before dawn and sneaking across the lines hedgehopping in the first light.

    The Rainbow and the Rose

  • Testing the guns hedgehopping across the lines, four or five rounds from each.

    The Rainbow and the Rose

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