Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Sports An acrobatic spring from a supine to an upright position.

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Examples

  • He’d walk away, do a nip-up, and then make a grand gesture, saying, “Now let’s see if you can do that?”

    heartbreak &triumph

  • About the only thing that didn’t go perfect was that we messed up a little when we did our double nip-up.

    heartbreak &triumph

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