One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The vacuole numbers were much higher in the old than in the young mice, indicating the rapid development of sponginess caused by aging.’
- ‘I'm not referring to the sponginess of the ground, I'm referring to that shelf, which is there I believe still now.’
- ‘‘Let us go for tea,’ I suggested, putting my hand on his arm, noting its tremble and sponginess.’
- ‘‘Everywhere reason is under threat as a sponginess of thought blurs the line between the real and the fantastical’.’
- ‘There is a sponginess underfoot; a greater upward force to your movements.’
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