Did you perchance mean jumpsuit?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A deep inlet of the northern Atlantic Ocean in southeast Labrador connecting with Lake Melville. It was visited by English navigators in 1586.
“There are a lot of moving parts in that jumpshot, which is something Brey and Co. should have addressed.”
“So, technically, yes, the CIA, just like the military, is beholden to Obama and should jump we he says 'jumpshot'.”
“Amar'e Stoudemire said the last play would have either been an Anthony jumpshot or one by Stoudemire himself.”
“President Obama proves to SNL that he can at least accomplish a jumpshot.”
“Greenberg admires his long range jumpshot and defensive skills.”
“Hey, high school basketball coaches teach short and slow guards to stick their hands in the face of an opponent doing a jumpshot.”
“Things not in my job description that would have been frowned upon that I did during that time: work on my jumpshot in the gym; read the newspaper; open the snack stand so I could enjoy a tasty ice cream sandwich while I read the newspaper.”
“His explosive game, once feared lost to microfracture surgery on his left knee Oct. 11, 2005, and arthroscopic surgery on his right knee April 5, 2006, is not only back — his defense and jumpshot are much improved.”
“It looked like the fatigue got to his jumpshot, and he only managed one rebound.”
“Seriously, he saw the jumpshot go up, he saw the rebound richocet into the air, and at precisely perfect angle for him to render his fatal blow.”
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