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- v. Simple past of spring.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An old preterit of spring.
- n. A prong of a fork, etc.
- n. The stump of a tree or a tooth.
- n. The sparrow, Passer domesticus.
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I started taking just 1 tsp of flax seed oil per day, and my energy immediately went **sprong!
Somewhere in the night, nature would overcome adhesive and my ears would sprong outward like speed brakes on a fighter jet.
I did not see whatever magnetic force Fell reached across the cell with, but the disc player went sprong, and the little door snapped open.
Thei thought it fondenes in the Grekes, worthie to be laughed at, to imagine goddes to be sprong vp of menne.
In the latter end of the same kings raigne sprong vp a new company of courtly makers, of whom Sir _Thomas Wyat_ th'elder & _Henry_
And in her Maiesties time that now is are sprong vp an other crew of Courtly makers Noble men and
The twoo famous Uni - uersitées of this lande, from the whiche, no small nomber of greate learned men and famous, haue in the co [m] mon wealthe sprong, with all other thynges to it.
A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike because all other partes of Rhetorike are grounded thereupon, euery parte sette forthe in an Oracion vpon questions, verie profitable to bee knowen and redde
'The furies fearful, sprong of the floudes of hell,
Grendles hēafod, _was carried by the hair into the hall_, 1648; him ... swāt ... sprong forð under fexe, _the blood sprang out under the hair of his head_, 2968.
Grendles heáfod, _was carried by the hair into the hall_, 1648; him ... swât ... sprong forð under fexe, _the blood sprang out under the hair of his head_, 2968.