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Noun
The season following winter
“In December, the stalks were closely garnished with flowers, and in the spring, when the flowers dropped off, they were succeeded by young plants.”
Noun
A coiled shape or device
“The spring broke because its iron was too poor to sustain the stress.”
Noun
The ability to spring back strongly, or the quality of being flexible
“I felt the sharp jabbing of a bed coil that had long lost its spring shove its way into my side.”
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A sudden move or jump upwards or forwards
“With a spring, he jumped out of the alleyway and hoofed it back to his apartment.”
Noun
Energy, liveliness or vigor
“He moseyed towards her with a noticeable spring in his step.”
Noun
A place where water or oil wells up from an underground source
“The hamlet is home to villagers who derive their drinking water from a spring high on the moors above the valley.”
Noun
The origin or a source of something
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“The spring of this tradition is today a mighty river that renews peoples and cultures from all over the world.”
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A beginning, or first stage
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A sudden movement in a specified direction
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A hole sunk in the ground, usually serving as a source of water or fluids
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The state or quality of being juvenile
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Dodge, evade
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The most active or successful period of a person's life or career
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The action or process of releasing or being released
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Force
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The season of fresh grass
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A foundation or starting point for further work
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A small stream of running water
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A jointed or flexible device that allows the pivoting of a door etc.
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The reason, whether conscious or unconscious, for a certain course of action
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An abundant source of something, especially information
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A cancellation or postponement of a punishment
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A place that is frequented for holidays or recreation or for a particular purpose
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A stream or minor tributary of a river
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An instance of rising or moving up through the air
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A period of the year characterized by a particular climatic feature or marked by a particular activity, event, or festivity
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A vehicle suspension system
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The action of fleeing
Verb
To move or jump suddenly or rapidly upwards or forwards
“They hid behind the doorway and listened, preparing to spring out and attack if needed.”
Verb
To move rapidly or suddenly from a constrained position
“The mouth of the trap was hidden by a mat that would spring back into place after the actor had passed through the floor.”
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To originate from
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“Hope, though, does spring from some unexpected corners.”
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To appear or come into existence, especially suddenly
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“Sprinkler heads then spring up from the ground and begin showering him with water.”
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To proliferate or spread (quickly)
“Numerous hotels would begin to spring up all along the coast.”
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To set free from captivity
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“Micah had to spend a night in jail until Arthur arrived to spring him.”
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To present or propose something suddenly or unexpectedly to (someone)
“He chose a November night in 1892 to spring his idea on the Intelligentsia of Paris with a speech at the Sorbornne.”
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To move about or around quickly and randomly
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To travel, usually with some measurable distance
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Start to happen
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Gush out in a sudden and forceful stream
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To move or cause to move suddenly and rapidly in a particular direction
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To grow from seed
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Throw or cause to move forward or outward
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Bounce
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To defy or put up an opposition to
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To communicate to the public
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Begin with enthusiasm
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To pay (money) for something
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To stimulate or become stimulated
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To leave, flee or escape from a place
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To derive from
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Cause to feel sudden shock or alarm
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To spring upon suddenly to attack or capture
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(with reference to a limb or joint) To bend or become bent
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To use as a basis for
Adjective
Pertaining to, or occurring during, the spring season
“The warm spring weather was beneficial to producers planting spring cereal grains.”
Adjective
Seasonal
Adjective
Pertaining to spring
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