spring up

[ spring ]SEE DEFINITION OF spring up

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Some other novelty will spring up one day, and you will be released.

In this way the habit of happy thought may be made to spring up like any other habit.

They might spring up anywhere at any moment, and choke the life that was dearer to her than her own.

Courage will spring up in its place, and grow the greater the longer we lie hid.

A new condition of things will spring up, of that I am convinced.

It does not follow that every seed will spring up: it is not so in the natural world.

We do not know from which direction these people are likely to spring up.

Meanwhile, houses below them seemed to spring up as if by magic.

Their only fear was that a breeze might spring up, and that the enemy might escape them.

They are men toys, not baby toys, so they must spring up men.

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