jump off

VERB
  1. set off quickly, usually with success
    The freshman jumped off to a good start in his math class
  2. jump down from an elevated point
    every year, hundreds of people jump off the Golden Gate bridge
    the widow leapt into the funeral pyre
    the parachutist didn't want to jump
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How To Use jump off In A Sentence

  • 30 tourists were today forced to jump off a burning duck boat into the River Thames as it sank.
  • He passed Monday's test - a triple jump off either leg to display his right leg was as strong as his left and three timed 40-yard dashes.
  • In the adult female Owl butterfly, parasitic wasps ride on the mother's hindwing and jump off like pirates as she deposits her treasure.
  • Every summer there are serious accidents that occur when people dive or jump off of boats into shallow water.
  • On her fifteenth birthday she had stupidly agreed to jump off a branch of a willow tree over a shallow ravine some ten feet below on a dare.
  • After your sprint intervals, jump off the treadmill and grab a medicine ball or light dumbbell for three sets of woodchoppers - a dynamic, twisting move that'll really generate some power in your midsection.
  • Somebody dared me to jump off the bridge into the river.
  • Every year, hundreds of people jump off the Golden Gate bridge.
  • He covered ten yards with three big strides to gain maximum height from the jump off his strongest leg. The Sun
  • If Alice told you to jump off a building, would you do that? EVERY SECRET THING
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