Gliding [verb]

Definition of Gliding:

move smoothly and quickly on a surface

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Sentence/Example of Gliding:

Practise gliding in the form of inflection, or slide, from one extreme of pitch to another.

Before Ripperda could unclasp his lips to reply, the stranger had opened the door, and passed through it like a gliding shadow.

But he kept his eyes upon the gliding river rather than on those dark hills crowded with their ancient dead.

As soon as Baroudi was perceived by the attendants, there was a soft and gliding movement to serve him.

He saw, at any rate, the figures close together, as if the man came gliding straight into her arms.

The baby had wakened with a cry, and a watchful attendant came gliding in at the sound.

When the men saw Antler gliding over the drifts they wondered if it was one of the gods.

Jumps due to shifting of the mirror are characterized by a gentle, gliding motion.

She moved past him with a sudden, gliding step, and placed the settee between them.

Next, I noticed Merlin gliding away from me; and then I noticed that my lasso was gone!