leaps and bounds love

leaps and bounds


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  • n. Dramatic improvements.
  • adv. Considerably; significantly.


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  • The suit gamboled on through the air, springing in great leaps and bounds across the serrated hills, peeking and pry¬≠ing and laying bare every secret of the life teeming within those folds of ground beneath the graceful alien trees.

    Behold the Stars

  • Her son had grown in leaps and bounds during the past two months; Sosigenes had been right.

    Antony and Cleopatra


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