Synonyms of spring in English:

spring


See definition of spring

verb

1‘Gina sprang to her feet’

SYNONYMS

leap, jump, bound, vault, hop

2‘the branch sprang back’

SYNONYMS

fly back, recoil

kick back

rare resile

3‘some of these feelings spring from fears about death and ageing’

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originate from, have its origins in, derive from, arise from, stem from, emanate from, proceed from, start from, issue from, evolve from, come from

4‘about fifty men sprang from nowhere and surrounded them’

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appear suddenly, appear unexpectedly, materialize

informal pop up

5‘I'm sorry to spring the news on you like this’

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announce suddenly, announce unexpectedly, present suddenly, present unexpectedly, introduce suddenly, introduce unexpectedly, reveal suddenly, reveal unexpectedly

6‘hotels are springing up all along the coast’

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appear, develop quickly, shoot up, sprout up, come into being, come into existence

proliferate, mushroom


noun

1‘we're getting married next spring’

SYNONYMS

springtime, Eastertide

literary springtide, Maytime

2‘with a sudden spring he leapt on to the table’

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leap, jump, bound, vault, hop

pounce

rare saltation

3‘the mattress has lost its spring’

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springiness, bounciness, bounce, resilience, elasticity, flexibility, stretch, stretchiness, give

rare tensility

4‘there was a new spring in his step’

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buoyancy, bounce, bounciness, energy, liveliness, light-heartedness, jauntiness, sprightliness, confidence

5‘a mineral spring’

SYNONYMS

well head

source

spa, geyser, hot spring, thermal spring, sulphur spring

literary well, wellspring, fount

6‘the springs of his own emotions’

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origin, source, fountainhead, root, roots, basis


adjective

1‘two days of warm spring weather’

SYNONYMS

springlike, vernal