- v. Simple past tense and past participle of jump.
“Then again, some say the phrase "jumped the shark" has jumped the shark.”
“Your name jumped out at us real fast, since you used your corporate card to pay.”
“Paula or Pastel or Pearl or whatever her name jumped into the elevator along with Trent.”
“Rapp scanned the column, and halfway down the first page a name jumped out at him.”
“Metacool writes that "Nano is the new Turbo," saying basically that the term jumped the shark with the new Ipod Nano.”
“I decided to skip it, but a word jumped out at me.”
“As I was perusing the list, one title jumped out at me: "The Glass of '93 Blossoms Early.”
“While I typically do not keep track of either the price or size fluctuations of my ordinary grocery purchases, this label jumped out at me.”
“After that period of time it erected, it got what we call jumped, twice.”
“Three shelves down from the top, at fingertip reach for a man of six feet four but needing a ladder for her, a title jumped out at her: Mary Baker Eddy's book that formed the basis for Christian Science interpretation of the Bible.”
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Meant to be added to the word 'in' example 'burst in'
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