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Jump The Gun


Jump The Gun -to say or do something before knowing the facts: to do or say something without giving enough taught

  • I found out that I have cancer, but I do not want to jump the gun.
  • I did not do well on my exam, but I do dot want to jump the gun. I might of passed the exam.
  • I know you think something happened to your father, but do not jump the gun.
  • Why do people always jump the gun, when they heard I spent time in jail.
  • Do not jump the gun and get married so fast. You need to wait a little before you get married.
  • I do not want to jump the gun and quit me job. I want to see what what will happen.

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