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saltatory (adjective), more saltatory, most saltatory
1. Relating to or adapted for springing or moving to music: There are some dances that have a lot of saltatory or abrupt motions instead of gliding around as when waltzing.
2. A reference to going around from one place to another one by hopping rather than by smooth gradual walking or running: Frogs, toads, and kangaroos are a few examples of creatures that progress around in more saltatory ways.

As the biologist walked through the field, he could see the saltatory or springing around of the grasshoppers that were surrounding him.

Leaping or dancing with hops or abrupt movements; propulsion.
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Moving around by leaps or abrupt propulsion rather than by smooth gradual transitions. (1)