Examples of somersault in a Sentence
The gymnast turned a somersault.
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Of course, those memories typically involved double-bounces, synchronized somersaults, and front flips with friends—not repeated tiny bounces, squats, and plyometrics that leave me dry-heaving and sweating profusely.
In the video—which gives new meaning to #girlpower—Lovato pulls Martin down and somersaults on top of her, eventually pinning the former world champion to the mat with her legs.
Within seconds the soldier fell, the metal collapsing as the statute did a somersault against the stone pedestal.
Now imagine, having to do that while your brain was turning somersaults until your head ached.
Parratto, a 2016 Olympian, was using the meet to get exposure for one of the world’s most difficult dives, a 3 ½ back somersault in pike position.
Corona's shot hit Villafana and bounced up to Dwyer, who volleyed in with his left foot from 8 yards, then did a backward somersault.
From there, Joker is an entertaining if remarkably brief series of somersaults and sudden drops that defies you to orient your location on the map of Gurnee.
The new ride at Six Flags Great America is like being a kid and doing somersaults — but on a roller coaster.
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SOMERSAULT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of somersault for English Language Learners
: a forward or backward movement of your body on the ground or in the air that is made by bringing your feet over your head
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