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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outleap.
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All that you can wish, is, that since youth must have some liberty, some outleaps, they might be with the ingenuity of a son, and under the eye of a father, and then no very great harm can come of it.
Here were men and women who under the weight of their necessity lived, as the artist lives, in the presence of death and childhood, and the great affections and the orgiastic moment when life outleaps its limits, and who, as it is always with those who have refused or escaped the trivial and the temporary, had dignity and good manners where manners mattered.
Think how only the Gospel outleaps space and time.
Reading High's Trenity Burdine, who finishes with a game-high 18 points Saturday in the Red Knights 'win, outleaps Daniel Boone's Tyler Brooks.
Rashida Mark (24) outleaps a Purdue defender last Thursday at the Bryce Jordan Center.
Will Smith's golden retriever outleaps a fireball milliseconds before it eviscerates a tunnel choked with cars.
1-0 Germany, as Ballack outleaps the U.S. defense on a free kick and heads it home.