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Lope vs. Sprint

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Lopeverb

To travel an easy pace with long strides.

β€˜He loped along, hour after hour, not fast but steady and covering much ground.’;

Sprintnoun

A short race at top speed

Lopeverb

To jump, leap.

Sprintnoun

A burst of speed or activity

Lopenoun

An easy pace with long strides.

Sprintnoun

In Agile software development, a period of development of a fixed time that is preceded and followed by meetings.

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Lope

of Leap.

β€˜And, laughing, lope into a tree. Spenser.’;

Sprintverb

(ambitransitive) To run, cycle, etc. at top speed for a short period

Lopeverb

To leap; to dance.

Sprintverb

To run very rapidly; to run at full speed.

β€˜A runner [in a quarter-mile race] should be able to sprint the whole way.’;

Lopeverb

To move with a leaping or bounding stride, as a horse.

Sprintnoun

The act of sprinting; a run of a short distance at full speed.

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Lopeverb

To run with an easy, bounding stride; - of people.

Sprintnoun

a quick run

Lopenoun

A leap; a long step.

Sprintverb

run very fast, usually for a short distance

Lopenoun

An easy gait, consisting of long running strides or leaps.

β€˜The mustang goes rollicking ahead, with the eternal lope, . . . a mixture of two or three gaits, as easy as the motions of a cradle.’;

Lopenoun

a slow pace of running

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Lopenoun

a smooth 3-beat gait; between a trot and a gallop

Lopeverb

run easily

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