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jump (adv.)  exactly, precisely
jump (n.)  venture, risk, hazard
jump (v.) 1agree, coincide, tally
jump (v.) 2risk, hazard, imperil
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Cor III.i.154 [Coriolanus to all] You that ... wish / To jump a body with a dangerous physic
Cym V.iv.184 [First Gaoler to Posthumus] you must ... jump the after-inquiry on your own peril
Mac I.vii.7 [Macbeth alone, of his achieving success] We'd jump the life to come