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But they have not the invincible carelessness or temperamental springiness of the old lot—and how should they?
There was color in his cheeks, life in his eyes, and springiness in his step.
A moment later a man, with the springiness of youth, mounted the steps and confronted the messenger.
LONG LIVE THE KINGMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
Nickel, with which is often combined chromium, increases the strength, springiness and toughness and helps to prevent corrosion.
The first peculiarity that he noticed was a remarkable springiness in the surface upon which he trod.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
She went no longer blithely singing about her work; and all the springiness had fled from her gait.
BOB, SON OF BATTLEALFRED OLLIVANT
Well sprung ribs, back ribs should extend well back, a three-inch flank allowing springiness.
HUNTING DOGSOLIVER HARTLEY
The cat-like springiness in his tread was a little more pronounced than usual, and his eyes were bright and snappy.
THE SEA-WOLFJACK LONDON
He came with a somewhat artificial liveliness and there was something forced in the springiness of his gait.
The springiness of his step relaxed into a slouching gait, and his head fell forward.
HALF A HEROANTHONY HOPE

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