spontaneity

[ spon-tuh-nee-i-tee, -ney- ]SEE DEFINITION OF spontaneity

Synonyms for spontaneity

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Anoint me with the chrism of spontaneity that I may be ever worthy of thee.

The mind that grows could not predict the times, the means, the mode of that spontaneity.

In Lassus we begin to have the spontaneity of the modern composer.

And always a brave responsibility for the soul's own spontaneity.

We all know that the idea of God is a spontaneity in the human mind.

Do not fancy that that means the absence of joy and spontaneity. '

There is a great deal too much variety and spontaneity and originality about.

Then as if embarrassed by the spontaneity of the deed, he sped upstairs.

It is this spontaneity of thought which gives birth to religion.

So we come back, by another route, to the same definition of spontaneity.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SPONTANEITY

extemporization

nounimprovisation
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