spring

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  • The state may be subject to severe weather from spring through summer into fall.
  • Upon the arrival of spring, the old man brought them a ship.
  • Spring training passed, as did the entire regular season and the World Series.
  • Williams remained in major league spring training for about a week.
  • He built the first real settlement by the springs and lived there two years.
  • Several new nations sprang up to keep order in the changed world.
  • They found two springs on the island, one fresh water and the other hot.
  • He discovered the soul or self as the center from which sprang all human action.
  • They could still bend during use rather than spring back into shape.
  • The island is also often referred to as the island of eternal spring.
  • This contest is open only to students who take writing courses during spring and summer terms.
  • Thousands of church buildings sprang up throughout the country during this time.
  • Many of these small community schools sprang up near saw mills and other operations.
  • A new and more beautiful city sprang up at its base.
  • It can also be found in some spring waters and hot springs.
  • It can also be found in some spring waters and hot springs.
  • Only later was the name given the village that sprang up alongside.
  • Both traditional names reference the hot springs near today's city centre.
  • A few houses had sprung up to the north and south of town center.
  • When it closed, numerous systems sprang up around the country to replace it.
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Meaning of spring

  • noun The season of growth
    the emerging buds were a sure sign of spring, he will hold office until the spring of next year
  • noun A metal elastic device that returns to its shape or position when pushed or pulled or pressed
    the spring was broken
  • noun A natural flow of ground water
  • noun A point at which water issues forth
  • verb Develop suddenly
    The tire sprang a leak
  • verb Produce or disclose suddenly or unexpectedly
    He sprang these news on me just as I was leaving