jumping up and down

NOUN
  1. jumping in one spot (as in excitement)
    the wailing and jumping up and down exhausted him
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How To Use jumping up and down In A Sentence

  • The last time we mentioned Annie the boss started jumping up and down and making odd squeaky sounds that did not impress the missus.
  • I was jumping up and down on the sofa shouting, 'I have got to get me one of those. Times, Sunday Times
  • Max went crazy and was jumping up and down like he was on a pogo stick.
  • He bounded up onto the stage and played some impromptu air guitar, jumping up and down like he was on a pogo stick and laughing maniacally.
  • It was easier to see Frankie jumping up and down in a mosh pit than plodding around in Vince's arms to a dreamy Anita Baker love song. FLIGHT LESSONS
  • All over, everyone was yelling and shouting and jumping up and down like maniacs.
  • And when David Ortiz capped the comeback with a bases-loaded gapper that drove in three runs, she and I rose in unison with the crowd, jumping up and down, pumping our fists and shrieking with delight. Starr Gazing: Family Traditions
  • He was sitting on a bench, he was jumping up and down while watching a monitor. The Sun
  • It was easier to see Frankie jumping up and down in a mosh pit than plodding around in Vince's arms to a dreamy Anita Baker love song. FLIGHT LESSONS
  • I saw him on the touchline shouting and bawling and jumping up and down. Times, Sunday Times
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