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Synonyms for leap

Synonyms for leap

to move off the ground by a muscular effort of the legs and feet

to move in a lively way

the act of jumping

a sudden lively movement

Synonyms for leap

a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards

an abrupt transition

a sudden and decisive increase

the distance leaped (or to be leaped)

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pass abruptly from one state or topic to another

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jump down from an elevated point

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cause to jump or leap

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So, I suppose I am asking you to take another leap of faith, while at the same time promising that we plan to earn your trust.
This puts the power of our collective business reliability intelligence directly into a user's Web browser, so a leap of faith is no longer required to make a purchase.
Naft (Environment International): I think, from my perspective, it would be a leap of faith.
Like the 1989 hit Field of Dreams, Leap of Faith takes the easy way out, culminating in a fuzzball of vague spirituality that couldn't possibly appeal to anyone who takes a minute to think it through after the French horns and gospel chorus of the finale have finally faded out.
We are troubled that the NCEE recommendations are based more on a leap of faith than relevant data.
Starting a new school, taking exams, leaving home, starting your first job, buying your first house - all of these landmark moments require us, to a greater or lesser degree, to take a leap of faith, trusting the plans we've made, the knowledge we've accrued and, more often than not, a suitable slice of fortune to see us through.
Leap of Faith has been produced by the Abu Dhabi Film Commission (ADFC) and was selected for the Short Film Corner at Cannes after it was screened at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival in 2010.
A COVENTRY priest has made a huge leap of faith by spiralling 13,000ft from an aeroplane.
However, if Sri Lanka's attitude is right then they are different class to Zimbabwe and it would take a leap of faith to back the home side, even at 10-1.
Leap Of Faith is Scotland's first four-pole structure where couples can tie the knot in mid-air.
It is time for both parties to take a leap of faith, get round the table and stop the public slanging matches.
Perhaps one of the best know brokers in the country, Barbara Corcoran has inspired thousands of men and women to take a leap of faith in to the residential real estate industry in New York City.
With all that LenDale White put himself through on Halloween, is it a leap of faith to say the team believes in Carroll's methods?
After all, it takes quite a leap of faith to come out.
These baboons took a leap of faith to find this utterly novel sleeping site," Henzi says.