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jump vb. (unexplained in [Wint IV. iii. iv.] 195)
1. to agree, tally, coincide Mer.V. II. ix. 32 “ with common spirits,” Shr. I. i. 194 “meet and in one,” Tw.N. V. i. 262 “cohere and ,” 1H4 I. ii. 78 “it j-s with my humour,” R3 III. i. 11.
2. to hazard, risk (S.) Mac. I. vii. 7 “We'd the life to come,” Cym. V. iv. 187 “ the after inquiry on your own peril” ; (by extension) to apply a desperate remedy to Cor. III. i. 153* “To a body with a dangerous physic” (conj. “vamp†, imp†”).
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