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  1. leap-of-faithnoun

    attributive form of leap of faith

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of leap-of-faith in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of leap-of-faith in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of leap-of-faith in a Sentence

  1. Greg Maletic:

    It's admittedly a leap of faith for the customer, but we think for a lot of people, that'll be the attraction : that'll be the fun of it, surprises are fun.

  2. Susan Ellis:

    It's beyond friendship. They really are family, we all took a leap of faith in doing this and now we are forever connected, always rooting each other on in both the recovery process and in this second chance of life.

  3. Ricki Lake:

    It was such a right of passage last year taking the leap of faith to shave my head, and my hair, thankfully, has grown back, and I learned so much through the process of really letting go of something that had been really bothering me for decades.

  4. Taylor Allen:

    Taking the leap of faith to move to Tulsa was one of the best decisions I ever made, the community has been so welcoming and has quickly made Tulsa feel like home. I am thankful for the abundant opportunities to invest in Tulsa through what I'm already passionate about.

  5. Pauline Musariri:

    Take a leap of faith, and build your wings down.

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