springlike


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Adj.1.springlike - resembling a spring or the action of a spring
elastic - capable of resuming original shape after stretching or compression; springy; "an elastic band"; "a youthful and elastic walk"
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springlike

[ˈsprɪŋˌlaɪk] adj (day, weather) → primaverile
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After a stretch of springlike weather last week, forecasters are predicting another round of snow to hit the suburbs this evening.
Nothing could be less springlike than the conditions that have frozen out racing this week, causing a rare blank day on Thursday, when all five British and Irish meetings were cancelled, and leaving yards battling snow drifts and subzero temperatures.
The springlike lemon yellow novels he brought back from his honeymoon have put forth new green shoots.
The second was a lighter, more springlike offering of peas, asparagus and that wonderfully self-seasoned
There has been an uptick in the popularity of classic designs, such as herringbone, houndstooth, chevrons and stripes in springlike colors.
Those hoping for some real springlike weather look set to be disappointed in the days ahead, according to Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens.
You start with a joke day, you are cold yet warm, rainy yet dry, wintry yet springlike.
Because the text of spring is marked by hints, ellipses, lines dotted on an empty azure, and because the gaps between the syllables are filled by frivolous guesses and surmises of birds, my story, like that text, will follow many different tracks and will be punctuated by springlike dashes, sighs, and dots.
He has presumably been kept off the track in anticipation for better, springlike ground and can illustrate the point racing off a mark of 131.
He has presumably been kept offthe track in anticipation for better, springlike ground and can illustrate the point racing offa mark of 131.
Elasticity-based mechanism for the collective motion of self-propelled particles with springlike interactions: A model system for natural and artificial swarms.