Leapt [verb]

Definition of Leapt:

jump, jump over; increase

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Sentence/Example of Leapt:

Suddenly the spaniel leapt up with that feverish, spider-like activity of the toy species and began to bark.

Then, as the atmosphere of the room surged back, tense with vitality, her mind leapt forward in welcome.

He leapt to his feet, his face convulsed as if at the horror of learning of a hitherto undreamt-of state of things.

Thus was he spared the look of utter loathing, of unconquerable, irrepressible disgust that leapt into her countenance.

He snatched up a lighted lantern that had been left in the doorway and leapt down the stairs and into the courtyard.

He leapt back beyond the table, and threw himself on guard, his lips still wreathed in their mysterious smile.

That was the question that leapt into her mind, the very question with which she coldly answered his outburst.

After a moment's pause, as if relishing the sensation he had created, Garnache rose to his feet and leapt briskly to the ground.

Just now, notwithstanding the veneer of his too perfect clothes and civilised air, the beast had leapt out.

The men of Erling even so soon as they were come nigh unto the shore leapt they in haste overboard & made for land.