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Example Sentences for "leap"

The children leapt into the air, and cheered to celebrate the end of the last day of schoolThe frog leapt from the little boy's hand into the pond.

The children leapt into the air, and cheered to celebrate the end of the last day of school.

The swimmers leapt off the cliff, and plunged 15 feet into the lake below.

The kids were leaping from rock to rock in order to cross the river.

The American athlete won the long jump with a world-record leap.

There has been a leap in unemployment of over 2% this year due to the rise in oil prices.

The school was burning, and children were leaping from the windows onto the grass below.

Astronaut Neil Armstrong, when stepping on the moon, declared, That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

There is an old proverb which goes, Look before you leap.

Frogs move from place to place by leaping, whereas toads can actually walk around.

Sailfish can leap out of the water, and into the air at a speed of 50 miles per hour.

Atlantic salmon are able to leap 15 feet high.

Likely the swiftest of all antelopes, the impala can easily leap as far as 30 feet.

A grasshopper has the greatest jumping ability of all animals, and can leap over obstacles 500 times its own height.

Flying fish build up speed, and leap out of the water to escape enemies.

Humpback whales sometimes leap right out of the water.


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