Words and phrases that have a meaning related to leap:   (208 results)

Often used in the same context:
jump, quantum leap, strides, move, splash, plunge, step, lept, climb, foray, vaulting, swan dive, catapult, push, tumble, rise, gamble, dive, hop, somersault, bounding, nudge, inroad, propel, dip, hurtle, bump, soar, nosedive, stumble, nose dive, ascent, rocketed, dash, heights, burst, misstep, stab, ascension, cartwheels, heave, unfaith, zoomed, mistake, accomplishment, thrust, feats, lunge, difference, glide, clamber, headfirst, bold, surge, skydive, gulp, journey, turn, shove, leapfrog, summersault, leapers, fall, scamper, debut, belly flop, outleap, switch, swings, embrace, wingspans, breakthrough, venture, pirouette, challenge, metamorphosis, wingspread, experiment, drop, crept, hurdles, lurches, backslide, blip, ascend, barreling, transformation, spike, backward, plummet, slip, dent, forray, explode, epoch, mark, endeavor, shift, contortion, evolutional, metamorphosing, advances, leaps, spurt, boost, jolt, stride, rush, sweep, swing, swoop, fillip, jumps, depression, postwar, war, 1997, ago, boom, famine, l5, reagan, cataclysmic, crash, drought, earthquake, epochal, eventful, fifteen, fourteen, furlough, happier, happiest

More specific:
bounce, bound, burst, caper, capriole, curvet, galumph, hop, hop-skip, leapfrog, overleap, parachute, pounce, pronk, rebound, recoil, ricochet, saltate, skip, ski jump, sky dive, spring, take a hop, vault

Appears in the definition of:
., 365 days, angel, angel falls, bang, bissextile day, bounce, caper, capriole, common year, coordinated universal time, curvet, dance, dhu'l-hijja, dhu al-hijja, elevation, february 29, flea, gregorian calendar, hebrew calendar, hurdle, jewish calendar, jump, leap day, long fly, new style calendar, overleap, quantum leap, saltate, silver, silvern, spang, tugela, tugela falls, utc, vault, vaulting

More general:
change, distance, increase, jump, jumping, move, shift, switch, transition

bounce, bound, jump, leaping, spring

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— Adjectives for leap: great, sudden, big, giant, single, qualitative, huge, long, imaginative, tremendous, final, more...

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See leap used in context: 100+ rhymes, 26 Shakespeare works, 2 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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