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noun as in season following winter

noun as in origin

noun as in body of rushing waters

verb as in jump, skip

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Example Sentences

Your credentials will follow you across multiple platforms, devices, and browsers—whenever you need to log in, the password manager should spring into life.

New Mexico Health Connections’ decision to close at year’s end will leave just three of the 23 nonprofit health insurance co-ops that sprung from the Affordable Care Act.

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Naturally, Airbnb was among the first names to spring to mind.

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We had planned a July 7 start, so a lot of the spring was just kind of watching and waiting.

Most of the area’s rainfall occurs in winter and spring, so those oxygen isotopes are indicative of conditions between February and May, rather than summer.

She completed a yoga teacher-training program and, in the spring of 2008, went on a retreat in Peru to study with shamans.

This is the Mexico that U.S. college students would be wise to steer clear of on spring break.

It is the only tourist center Ukraine has left on the Black Sea, since Russia annexed Crimea last spring.

Having graduated Juilliard last spring, Alex Sharp is too young to have given the performance of a lifetime.

Althea is now re-scheduled with her surgeon for this spring.

It was a spring day, and the fat buds of the chestnuts were bursting into magnificent green plumes.

I do not know what I think; all my thoughts seem whirling round as leaves do in brooks in the time of the spring rains.

In the spring of 1868 he was taken by his mother for a visit to England, and there, in the same year, his sister was born.

The cat had been about to spring at Grandfather Mole again when Mr. Crow spoke to her.

In the spring of 1877 Mrs. Kipling came to England to see her children, and was followed the next year by her husband.


On this page you'll find 311 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spring, such as: bounce, bounciness, bound, buck, buoyancy, and elasticity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.