Synonyme von spring
the season between winter and summerIt is the first day of spring, and sunlight streams through the windows.
the hidden springs of consciousness
the source of the Tiber
We got to the root of the problem.
What is the origin of the word `honeymoon'?
I had to fetch water from the well.
The article lists the major causes of panic attacks.
Nature has always been the wellspring of her art.
elasticityPut some spring back into your old sofa.
The flexibility of the lens decreases with age.
the pace and steep bounce of the pitch
the texture of the skin and the resilience of the flesh
Daily facial exercises help to retain the skin's elasticity.
a mood of buoyancy and optimism
The sky was blue and we walked with a spring in our step.
He lacks the vigour of a normal, healthy teenager.
He played with great vigour.
At 65 years old, her energy is wonderful.
He fell in love with her for her vitality and sense of fun.
The town itself was full of life and character.
They played with spirit.
He played with great style and verve.
The performance was full of brio.
She danced past, bubbling with vivacity.
Some may enjoy the liveliness of such a restaurant.
a leap or jump
to return or be returned into natural shape from a forced position by elasticityThe lion roared once and sprang.
stamping their boots and jumping up and down to knock the snow off
He bounded up the steps and pushed the bell of the door.
The newsreels show him leaping into the air.
Moira bounced into the office.
I hopped down three steps.
His shot rebounded from a post.
Ned vaulted over the low wall.
I recoiled in horror.
to originateThe art springs from the country's Muslim heritage.
originate, , ,
The dish originated in North Africa.
The fire is thought to have started in an upstairs room.
A tinny voice issued from a speaker.
The idea for this book grew out of conversations with Philippa Brewster.
He was waiting outside as she emerged from the building.
Does Othello's downfall proceed from a flaw in his character?
arise, , ,
if a problem arises later in pregnancy
The aroma of burning wood emanated from the stove.
to cause (something) to happen unexpectedlyMcLaren sprang a new idea on him.
See spring up
related adjective vernal
April is the cruellest month, breeding
Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
Memory and desire, stirring
Dull roots with spring rain – The Waste Land]
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in the sense of arise
to come into noticeif a problem arises later in pregnancy
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