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  • n. The midpoint of a jump.


mid- +‎ jump (Wiktionary)


  • He wanted to stop her in midjump, stop everything for half a second, atomic clocks, body clocks, the microworld in which physicists search for time—and then run it backwards, unjump the girl, rewind the life, give us all a chance to do it over.


  • There were more immediate worries, however, because in midjump it also became clear to him that either it was a longer jump than twenty-two feet or his injury had weakened his jump, because his feet weren't going to land on top of the pedestal.


  • Same as regular skydiving, only the jump involves floating back up to the plane at least once midjump to make sure you didn’t forget something.

    Race You to the Fountain of Youth


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