To spring forth

to leap out; to rush out.

See also: Spring

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
I would die with love, and love only, in my heart, and your name, and yours only, on my lips, so that if anywhere we live again it shall be ready to spring forth to greet you.
Ready to spring forth The state of golf in the country has been a good barometer for the Kenyan economy.
The SMC top executive admitted though that "formal invitation" for potential partnership has yet to spring forth from First Gen, although at this stage, Ang qualifies that "it's not really a problem if they will put up the terminal on their own or it will be a joint venture with us.
The equine athletes appear pretty happy too, all behaving as though they've been confined to barracks for two days, which, to comply with quarantine regulations, is precisely where they have been and you can imagine the unspent energy waiting to spring forth after a day or so of traveling followed by 48 hours jogging on a small circular track.
The time has finally come for Zionist chains to be broken and for self-determination, dignity, and transformative justice for Palestinians to spring forth across synagogues, churches and mosques worldwide.
"It's time to spring forth a good message of peace and unity."
The Chinese word for spring has the character for the sun at the center, emphasizing its role in allowing seeds to germinate, and for life to spring forth.
'And so the Earth is a gift from God, as an abode and a base from which to spring forth into existence, and from there, into the unknown realm of possibility; And Allah has made the Earth a spread for you, so that you may go about its broad ways' (71,20)." "As we regard the Earth as a living, breathing being, so Earth regards us as well, monitoring the tread of humanity upon her surface and how it marks her.
Much as every instinct will teach you that a big hug and a nice word or two is the best option, it can only unleash the torrent of tears just waiting to spring forth.
And we always leave a part of the canvas bare, for new ideas, projects and programs to spring forth.
With Qaddafi, the style is that of a friendly and chatty lecture--no hectoring--as he seeks to educate and inform his awaiting audience, who at summit meeting tend to wear faces that try to appear bemused or dismissive, but instead fail utterly at hiding the dread at what bombshell statement, analysis or truth is about to spring forth at them in full view of the Arab public and live on TV.What makes Qaddafi so refreshing to watch is a combination of his natural aloof style, his humor, and admittedly his eccentric style and delivery.
I realise this may spoil things a little if you were expecting romance just to spring forth from love but your boyfriend might just be clueless about what makes you happy and no amount of hinting can do what a good conversation can.