spring

[ spring ]SEE DEFINITION OF spring

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPRING

There was another debate over Spring, who had followed his master as usual.

"The spring has gotten a strangle-hold on my judgment," he said to himself.

But spring is not all of life, nor what at once chiefly concerns us.

And still more of this belated spring will gladden the eye in the florist's window.

It must not be supposed that this spring day in the spring places had reformed his manner of delivery.

The unfermented wine of another spring day came to his eager nostrils.

This is the first good spring since leaving the settled districts.

Windich found a native spring about a mile to the North-East.

After this we left them and continued on to the spring found yesterday, and camped.

The feed is good a mile down from the spring, although it is very old and dry.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SPRING

descend

verbtrace ancestry from; be passed or handed down

descended

verbtrace ancestry from; be passed or handed down
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