Fleeing and Jump

Fleeing

Defintions of Fleeing not found.

Jump and fleeing are semantically related. in run away to escape topic. In some cases you can use "Jump" instead a verb "Fleeing".
Nearby Word: flee
Synonyms for Fleeing

Jump

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Jump verb – To propel oneself upward or forward into the air.
Fleeing and jump are semantically related. Sometimes you can replace term "Fleeing" with "Jump", this verbs are similar.
Nearby Words: jumpy, jumped, jumping, jumper
Synonyms for Jump

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  • Western Animation / Big Buck Bunny The Stinger Took A Level In Bad Ass: Buck really becomes Bad Ass after fleeing the squirrels - although he does take a break at one point to use a tripwire as a jump rope.
  • Jump Scare: After arguing with Chad (who wishes to stay instead of fleeing), Mitch decides to leave him and gets back into the truck.
  • Soft Glass Joker and Noah jump through a glass window while fleeing from a mob in The Defiant Ones, and it doesn't even slow them down.
    Source: Soft Glass
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