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hopple

(ˈhɒpəl)
vb, n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a less common word for hobble2, hobble5
ˈhoppler n

hopple


Past participle: hoppled
Gerund: hoppling

Imperative
hopple
hopple
Present
I hopple
you hopple
he/she/it hopples
we hopple
you hopple
they hopple
Preterite
I hoppled
you hoppled
he/she/it hoppled
we hoppled
you hoppled
they hoppled
Present Continuous
I am hoppling
you are hoppling
he/she/it is hoppling
we are hoppling
you are hoppling
they are hoppling
Present Perfect
I have hoppled
you have hoppled
he/she/it has hoppled
we have hoppled
you have hoppled
they have hoppled
Past Continuous
I was hoppling
you were hoppling
he/she/it was hoppling
we were hoppling
you were hoppling
they were hoppling
Past Perfect
I had hoppled
you had hoppled
he/she/it had hoppled
we had hoppled
you had hoppled
they had hoppled
Future
I will hopple
you will hopple
he/she/it will hopple
we will hopple
you will hopple
they will hopple
Future Perfect
I will have hoppled
you will have hoppled
he/she/it will have hoppled
we will have hoppled
you will have hoppled
they will have hoppled
Future Continuous
I will be hoppling
you will be hoppling
he/she/it will be hoppling
we will be hoppling
you will be hoppling
they will be hoppling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been hoppling
you have been hoppling
he/she/it has been hoppling
we have been hoppling
you have been hoppling
they have been hoppling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been hoppling
you will have been hoppling
he/she/it will have been hoppling
we will have been hoppling
you will have been hoppling
they will have been hoppling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been hoppling
you had been hoppling
he/she/it had been hoppling
we had been hoppling
you had been hoppling
they had been hoppling
Conditional
I would hopple
you would hopple
he/she/it would hopple
we would hopple
you would hopple
they would hopple
Past Conditional
I would have hoppled
you would have hoppled
he/she/it would have hoppled
we would have hoppled
you would have hoppled
they would have hoppled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.hopple - strap the foreleg and hind leg together on each side (of a horse) in order to keep the legs on the same side moving in unison; "hobble race horses"
strap - tie with a strap
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