jump rope

NOUN
  1. a length of rope (usually with handles on each end) that is swung around while someone jumps over it
  2. a child's game or a cardiopulmonary exercise in which the player jumps over a swinging rope
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How To Use jump rope In A Sentence

  • She learnt how to 'jump rope' with the youngsters and sang to the delighted pupils during breaktime. The Sun
  • All the girls were engaged in games of jump rope and hopscotch.
  • It would be difficult to legally distinguish a jump rope from a garotte .... The Volokh Conspiracy » What is a zoobow?
  • No, I was anticipating a response to my statement that a jump rope is not a weapon. The Volokh Conspiracy » What is a zoobow?
  • • HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" (10 p.m. Tuesday) takes another look at schools that have banned things such as dodgeball and instituted activities such as "shadow tag," jump rope without the rope and "air-fives" (because high-fives violate the no-touching rule). Freep.com - RSS
  • Children ran through the narrow dirt road with basketballs and jump ropes; fathers fired up their grills for a hamburger-and-hot dog dinner.
  • It would be difficult to legally distinguish a jump rope from a garotte .... The Volokh Conspiracy » What is a zoobow?
  • Choose from billiards, horseshoes, tag games, hockey, Frisbee, tug of war, jump ropes, running, or bowling, just to name a few.
  • ‘When you jump rope, all the impact is going to be on the forefoot, and running shoes are designed for just the opposite, with all the shock absorption in the heel,’ Cunningham says.
  • We sang with kids, kids sang to us, we prayed, we watched Rejoice get down in some jump rope, and we got to eat two meals, including samp and beans. Archive 2009-08-01
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