His face puckered, the tears leapt from his eyes.
He leapt onto the train just as it was pulling away.
Peter leapt the last few stairs.
The dog leapt over the fence.
1996 and 2000 are leap years. 1996
He took a leap over an obstacle.
We were talking when he leaped in.
His heart leaped and he felt himself reddening.
Production is going up in leaps and bounds.
Her French is improving by leaps and bounds.
The goat leaped surely from rock to rock.
Fabia's heart leapt excitedly.
I leapt from my bed.
Polly leapt to her feet.
Her marriage to John was a leap in the dark.
Jill's making excellent progress; she's coming along in leaps and bounds.
If one sheep leap over the dyke,all the rest will follow.
Her heart leapt when she heard a knock on the door, thinking it might be him.
She leaped out of the house.
The idea leaped into his mind.
In British English, we say leapt, leapt.
Crookshanks leapt up beside him and stepped onto his lap, purring.
Rarely is progress made in giant leaps.
Having heard the good news, they leapt for joy.
This would be a huge leap forward.
And in American English, they usually say leaped, leaped.
You leapt up and blocked Midge's shot. That's incredible!
She leapt up and struggled toward a damp wall.
Mrs. Weasley screamed and leapt back from the bed.
Suddenly, a jaguar leapt on her from the shadows!
His heart leapt up with joy.
Injun Joe had broken a window and leapt through it.
It leapt from its hiding place and up the bank.
Harry leapt forward and pulled Millicent off.
They all leapt out of their sleeping bags and hurried outside.
He retched again and Ron leapt backwards out of the way.
The dog leapt over him and bounded off into the trees.
February 29 is called a leap day.
Heavily armed suspects leapt from roof to roof to escape the firefight.
That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.