high-stepped high-stepped


  • (adj) having or moving with a high step


  • Baylor’s quick strikes override K-State’s bright spots

    Daniel Sams high-stepped his way to the best statistical game of his young career. Ryan Mueller emphatically pumped his fists while making big defensive plays. And a sellout crowd provided all the noise Kansas State could ask for.
    on October 13, 2013     Source: The Wichita Eagle


  1. "I would have liked to Deion high-stepped in there. But it was my first touchdown and I didn't know what to do when I got there," Suggs said. "But I got a lot of help from Frank Walker."
    on Oct 22, 2008 By: Terrell Suggs Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

  2. "I looked back and Griese was staring me down and letting the ball go," Clark said. "As soon as he let if go I was thinking, 'That's a touchdown.' I could have high-stepped into the end zone if I wanted to."
    on Oct 8, 2007 By: Desmond Clark Source: Chicago Sun-Times

  3. "It's a play you don't see in this league much but from myself," James said. "It's a trademark play. It looks like a travel because it's slow and high-stepped, but it's a one-two like any other one-two, just as fluid as any other in this...
    on Jan 4, 2009 By: LeBron James Source: The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com

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