jump (adv.) Old form(s): iumpe
exactly, precisely
Ham I.i.65[Marcellus to Horatio, of his ghostly vision] jump at this dead hour [F iust];
Ham V.ii.369[Horatio to Ambassadors and Fortinbras] so jump upon this bloody question
Oth II.iii.375[Iago alone, of Othello] I'll ... bring him jump when he may Cassio find / Soliciting his wife
TNK I.ii.40[Arcite to Palamon, of living in Thebes] where not to be even jump / As they are, here were to be strangers [i.e. as other Thebans are]
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