hedgehopping hedgehopping


  • (v) fly very close to the ground


  1. But the next day the great, hedgehopping twister was on the go again.
  2. This meant that despite a phenomenal 90% passenger load, record air express cargoes, and higher gross incomes, the industry was barely hedgehopping over the financial woods.
  3. General Ouane jumped into a light Beaver reconnaissance plane and circled the area, hedgehopping as low as the pilot dared.
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