springing in English

verb
1
move or jump suddenly or rapidly upward or forward.
I sprang out of bed
synonyms: leap jump bound vault hop appear suddenlyappear unexpectedly materialize pop up shoot up sprout develop quickly proliferate mushroom
2
originate or arise from.
madness and creativity could spring from the same source
3
cushion or fit (a vehicle or item of furniture) with springs.
a fully sprung mattress
verb

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Below are sample sentences containing the word "springing" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "springing", or refer to the context using the word "springing" in the English Dictionary.

1. Boltant - Bolting; springing forward

2. Services were springing up on every hand.

3. Boltant - (Bolt'-ant) Bolting; springing forward

4. 4 There's a gentle wind springing up.

5. There were goodly trees in the springing sod?

6. No, we're not, we're not springing any leaks.

7. So does sweet friendship springing from sincere counsel.

8. There's a breeze springing up over the lake.

9. New developments are springing up all around the town.

10. Suddenly new possibilities are springing to life where previously deadlock and despair held sway.

11. What does Budlet mean? A little bud springing from a parent bud

12. Budlet (plural Budlets) A little bud springing from a parent bud

13. Synonyms for Curveting include skipping, hopping, capering, springing, dancing, prancing, bounding, gambolling, gamboling and jumping

14. Kalinin was one of comparatively few members of Stalin's inner circle springing from peasant origins.

15. Though springing from Genesis, this is at once more ambiguous, more heroic, and more humane.

16. There is an unbroken lineage of Bodhisattvas, springing from the great Bodhisattvas Avalokiteshvara, Vajrapani, and Manjushri.

17. Unlike most other cats, Cheetahs do not ambush their prey or attack within springing distance.

18. Boing is onomatopoeia for a springing, twanging sound or action, like a diving board or an erection.

19. That is why it is sad to see so much bitter polemic springing out of sincere concern.

20. His thick hair, still damp and scored with comb marks, was springing back into its usual lustrous waves.

21. Now some of them look unkempt, neglected, despite the fine new houses and gardens which are springing up.

22. To help her who came to draw water, He provided a well of water ‘springing up into everlasting life.’

23. But that did not prevent wickedness from springing up anew among the descendants of the Flood survivors.

24. A Xerox machine is capable of copying its own blueprints, but it is not capable of springing spontaneously into existence.

25. All Arouse themselves, thinking at first that it is a fire; but the master of the house springing up, throws the window open

26. Springing from the heavens, Ariadne’s origins beckon from the primordial mist of Bronze Age Minoan Crete where she

27. Its mangrove swamps are rapidly being wiped out by pollution from the satellite towns that are springing up along the shore.

28. The flag of the Azad Hind Fauj and the Indian Legion both carried the Springing Tiger on the Indian Tricolour.

29. Springing was provided only on the bolsters and above the axle boxes giving a comfortable ride but a tendency to roll.

30. He wanted to smooth the web of hair that spilled down her back springing alive from the bones of her head.

31. The thought stimulated her into springing out of bed, showering hastily, and dressing in her warm green trousers and top.

32. With all the charisma, intelligence, resilience, work ethic, and beauty, it is no wonder Vizsla Crossbreeds are springing up everywhere these days

33. Alias Kicking, and Curveting, and Bounding, and Springing and Galloping full drive, as if the Devil had come for him in propia persona

34. Springing up from an empty field, and by the skilled hands of Alabamians came a $600-million manufacturing facility where world-class jetliners …

35. Starting out on gas stations and bars with side-kick Guy Darrow she graduated to bank hold-ups with Darrow's brother and, after Bloodily springing him, her jailed husband.

36. PRISON MEMOIRS OF AN ANARCHIST ALEXANDER BERKMAN The hill side was alive with Clatter and motion; with sudden up-springing lights among the pines

37. Bandage[′ban·dij] (building construction) A strap, band, ring, or chain placed around a structure to secure and hold its parts together, as around the springing of a dome

38. Barre has morphed from a class for nimble dancer-types to become the workout of choice for fitness fiends everywhere—and studios are springing up …

39. Latin translations of Averroes' work became widely available at the universities which were springing up in Western Europe in the 13th century, and were received by scholasticists

40. Synonyms for Arising from include coming from, deriving from, originating from, springing from, developing from, stemning from, resulting from, Arising out of, developing out of and following from

41. Whether it is springing into pursuit, working a crime scene, or standing for long periods of time, the best duty Boots give you an edge to meet any challenge.

42. They spread from one human heart to another... the way a fire goes springing from leaf to leaf... branch to branch in a tree... till the forest is all aflame with it.

43. A Crusader overfull with Wrath is a dangerous adversary indeed: blessed with iron skin; swathed in scourging flames; blasting foes apart with bolts of radiant light, and springing back to life after defeat.

44. I say "hopped" Advisedly, for the beast moved like a kangaroo, springing along in an erect position upon its powerful hind legs, while its front ones were held bent in front of it

45. A Crusader overfull with Wrath is a dangerous adversary indeed: blessed with iron skin; swathed in scourging flames; blasting foes apart with bolts of radiant light, and springing back to life after defeat.

46. The Aeneid, the story of a band of survivors who leave their destroyed city to seek another home in a faraway country, is about rebirth, about life springing forth from ruin and death.

47. Just at the moment when they were taking the dainty animal from the spit, they saw Edmond springing with the boldness of a chamois from rock to rock, and they fired the signal agreed upon.

48. As people turned half Astart to look at Robin bending over her desk or walking about among them in her modest dress, so also did they turn to look after him as he went in springing march along the streets

49. “Afros: Hair strands intertwined with ancestry Roots so deeply connected magically Beauty springing out so wide Any force against it, it defies A part of the beeing that holds the power Regenerating again and again Like a mighty flower " — Nia

50. Noun , class(9) synonyms: dzoma dialects/origins: Karanga, Manyika English translation Bushbuck An African gazelle (Tragelaphus scriptus) noted for its graceful form and swiftness, and for its peculiar habit of springing lighty and suddenly into the air.