jump with

jump with something

Fig. to be very active with excitement or enthusiasm. The crowd was jumping with enthusiasm. The bar was jumping with young people.
See also: jump
References in classic literature ?
The Duke pointed out the water jump with some trepidation, but the Prince's glasses rested on it only for a moment.
If we time things right, the robot can jump with a tenth of the power required to jump to the same height under other conditions," Daniel Goldman from the School of Physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology said.
I normally jump with a 250cc bike but with a smaller area I'll need to get up to speed a bit quicker so I'll be using a Suzuki 450cc.
Ashleigh Stone won the Under-17 long jump with Joe Corrigan and Lloyd Powell winning the junior and senior high jump events.
Alternate a crossover jump with a normal open-arm jump, or do continuous crossovers.
Oaks Christian's Josh Miguel won the triple jump with a leap of 46-1 at the Southern Section Divisional finals last weekend.
Double Dutch enthusiasts will jump with glee after they read Double Dutch: A Celebration of Jump Rope, Rhyme, and Sisterhood.
Scheduled to open in July are a freestyle aerial summer jump with splash pool.
He won the long jump at 22feet, 1 1/2 inches, then took second in the high jump with a leap of 6-2.
28secs and Lloyd Powell equalled the championship record in the high jump with 1.
After you've had some practice with skiing backward, it's on to making small jumps, then combining a jump with a spin to land backward in a ``180.
But because pilots must hold a special certification to transport sky divers, Serrins decided to jump with him.
But Green drew the line when he was mistakenly placed second in the triple jump with the outcome hanging in the balance.
Karol Damon was the surprise winner of the women's high jump with a modest leap of 6-4.
For once, I will be able to focus on the high jump and to jump with fresh legs.