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Jump Out Of My Skin

Jump Out Of My Skin - to be scared; to be startled

  • I jumped out of my skin, when I heard someone in the house.
  • We jumped out of our skin, when we saw the accident.
  • The children jumped out of their skin, when the house caught on fire.
  • Everyone jumped out of their skin, when we all heard the shooting.
  • My sister jumped out of her skin when she saw a snake in the house.
  • Why do you always jump out of your skin? Did something happen?

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