leap[ leep ]SEE DEFINITION OF leap
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LEAP
Again we take a leap of about twenty years, and alight in the midst of the Revolution.
He had but to say to me, 'Leap into the water,' and I would not have stopped to pull off my coat.
He was throwing back the robe to leap from the sleigh when the figure reached him.
Kirkwood rose, balancing himself against the leap and sway of the boat.
Tired and weighted, she dared not try the leap; she skirted around.
Perhaps it was the Truth feebly endeavouring to leap to his lips.
It was idle; a magic seems to shield a captive's leap for life.
If it please you to take a leap into nothing it were pity to thwart you.
He did not snarl at her, nor show his teeth, when any leap of hers chanced to put her in advance of him.
The she-wolf was one leap behind One Ear and holding her own.