: a child's game in which a player tosses an object (as a stone) into areas of a figure outlined on the ground and hops through the figure and back to regain the object
Origin of HOPSCOTCH
First Known Use: 1801
: to move from one place to another
: to move as if by hopping <hopscotched across Europe>
Examples of HOPSCOTCH
- The tour hopscotched from city to city.
- We hopscotched across the country.
First Known Use of HOPSCOTCH
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