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Jumper vs. Romper

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Jumpernoun

Someone or something that jumps, e.g. a participant in a jumping event in track or skiing.

Rompernoun

Someone who romps or frolics.

Jumpernoun

A person who attempts suicide by jumping from a great height.

Rompernoun

(nautical) A ship that has moved far ahead of a convoy; see also straggler.

Jumpernoun

A short length of electrical conductor, to make a temporary connection. Also jump wire.

Rompernoun

A onesie.

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Jumpernoun

A removable connecting pin on an electronic circuit board.

Romperverb

To abduct (a victim) to a room where they are tortured and murdered.

Jumpernoun

A long drilling tool used by masons and quarry workers, consisting of an iron bar with a chisel-edged steel tip at one or both ends, operated by striking it against the rock, turning it slightly with each blow.

Rompernoun

a person who romps or frolics

Jumpernoun

(US) A crude kind of sleigh, usually a simple box on runners which are in one piece with the poles that form the thills.

Rompernoun

a one-piece garment for children to wear at play; the lower part is shaped like bloomers

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Jumpernoun

A jumping spider

Rompernoun

a young child's one-piece outer garment.

Jumpernoun

The larva of the cheese fly.

Rompernoun

a one-piece outer garment for adults, typically worn as overalls or as sports clothing

‘cashmere bodysuits and alpaca-jersey rompers’;

Jumpernoun

One of certain Calvinistic Methodists in Wales whose worship was characterized by violent convulsions.

Jumpernoun

(horology) A spring to impel the star wheel, or a pawl to lock fast a wheel, in a repeating timepiece.

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Jumpernoun

(basketball) A shot in which the player releases the ball at the highest point of a jump; a jump shot.

Jumpernoun

A nuclear power plant worker who repairs equipment in areas with extremely high levels of radiation.

Jumpernoun

A woolen sweater or pullover.

Jumpernoun

A loose outer jacket, especially one worn by workers and sailors.

Jumpernoun

A one-piece, sleeveless dress, or a skirt with straps and a complete or partial bodice, usually worn over a blouse by women and children.

Jumpernoun

(usually as jumpers) Rompers.

Jumperverb

To connect with an electrical jumper.

Jumpernoun

One who, or that which, jumps.

Jumpernoun

A long drilling tool used by masons and quarrymen.

Jumpernoun

A rude kind of sleigh; - usually, a simple box on runners which are in one piece with the poles that form the thills.

Jumpernoun

The larva of the cheese fly. See Cheese fly, under Cheese.

Jumpernoun

A name applied in the 18th century to certain Calvinistic Methodists in Wales whose worship was characterized by violent convulsions.

Jumpernoun

spring to impel the star wheel, also a pawl to lock fast a wheel, in a repeating timepiece.

Jumpernoun

A loose upper garment

Jumpernoun

A sleeveless one-piece dress, either with full shoulders or straps, sometimes with only the front part of the bodice, usually worn by women with a blouse underneath.

Jumpernoun

A thing that jumps; esp., any of various tools or other contrivances operating with a jumping motion;

Jumpernoun

a short wire, or a small plastic object containing such a short wire, used to optionally connect or disconnect two points in an electronic circuit, so as to include or exclude portions of the circuit and thus modify the function of the circuit. Such jumpers are much used to adapt add-on circuit boards for different conditions or functions within a computer.

Jumperverb

to insert a jumper{2} between the two contacts in (a circuit). See 2nd jumper.

Jumpernoun

an athlete who competes at jumping

Jumpernoun

an athlete who bounds or leaps (as in basketball)

Jumpernoun

a small connector used to make temporary electrical connections

Jumpernoun

a loose jacket or blouse worn by workmen

Jumpernoun

a sleeveless dress resembling an apron; worn over other clothing

Jumpernoun

a player releases the basketball at the high point of a jump

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