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jump up

verb as in stand

noun as in raise

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They can jump up and down and demand that Washington cut taxes on the very wealthy at a time of high budget deficits.

Even so, looking at the filmography list, the needle does jump up and down.

In fact, no words can prepare you to watch him jump up and down without any pants on.

Game six saw her jump up on the bed, remove her underpants, and do a little dance before sitting back down.

It provokes a physical reaction in most of us—we jump up out of our chairs, grab at the air and clench our fists.

If that same paralytic were lying in his bed at home and you set the house afire he would jump up and run.

Whichever way we stood him, Manikin would jump up serenely on his plump little legs, always smiling and jolly.

At last, however, a knock against the shutters made us all jump up at the same moment.

The platform is simply a few loose boards standing on some boxes, and when anyone walks across it the boards jump up and down.

If they fell down they did not jump up at once but rolled around the floor most good-naturedly.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jump-up, such as: boost, hike, increment, accession, accretion, and addition.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.