Spring forth


  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Spring forth to come forward with a leap: to shoot up rapidly
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. springan; Ger. springen.


In literature:

The tide, being high, had flowed almost into the Cold Spring, so its small current hardly issued forth from the basin.
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 102, April, 1866" by Various
Somehow, he gave Ned the impression of one about to spring forth upon an enemy.
"Boy Scouts in the Canal Zone" by G. Harvey Ralphson
Nemo dashed back and forth on the beach, barking a furious welcome and springing upon his masters indiscriminately.
"Jim Spurling, Fisherman" by Albert Walter Tolman
At last, however, the spring came, and the sun shone warm again, and then two little green leaves sprouted forth in the pot.
"Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen" by Hans Christian Andersen
She brings forth in the spring, and rarely more than one.
"Delineations of the Ox Tribe" by George Vasey
Wherefore tell me who thou art, for thou didst not spring forth a full-grown man from a tree or a stone.
"Museum of Antiquity" by L. W. Yaggy
Spring had begun to send forth her heralds in the form of high March winds.
"'Lizbeth of the Dale" by Marian Keith
My tears spring forth, the earth has won me back.
"Operas Every Child Should Know" by Mary Schell Hoke Bacon
One spring afternoon as Celia and Edna were starting forth, a sudden shower overtook them.
"A Dear Little Girl at School" by Amy E. Blanchard
What a flood of emotions and remembrances spring forth at the mental utterance of these words!
"Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Volume VI" by Various
It covered them up carefully till the proper time arrived that they should spring forth.
"What the Blackbird said" by Mrs. Frederick Locker
The soldiers spring forth in haste to arm themselves.
"Six Centuries of Painting" by Randall Davies
On the spot where it rested a spring of uncommon size burst forth.
"England, Picturesque and Descriptive" by Joel Cook
She makes this sound in the morning, especially in the spring, as she goes forth to graze.
"The Galaxy" by Various
The Messiah is there represented as a tender twig which springs forth from the roots of a tree cut down.
"Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions. Vol. 2" by Ernst Hengstenberg
She heard Rodrigo bellowing forth an order, and she saw five or six guerrillas rise out of the cacti and spring toward her.
"The Missourian" by Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
A spring sending forth a rivulet of clear water, and not subject to overflow in freshets, is the best location.
"Soil Culture" by J. H. Walden
When grown, this second brood enters the ground as did the first, but do not come forth as adults until the following spring.
"The Apple" by Various
The early morn springs forth and glads the air.
"Portia" by Duchess
The instruments came nearer and nearer, and I expected each moment to see the monster spring forth.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 61, No. 377, March 1847" by Various

In poetry:

Being kin to every star
In the marvellous Spring nights,
I would journey forth afar,
Drinking in long-lost delights.
"The Footfarer" by Charles Hanson Towne
Soon as Sir Valentine approach'd,
He starts with sudden spring;
And yelling forth a hideous howl,
He made the forests ring.
"Valentine and Ursine" by Anonymous British
By Thee, the Spring puts forth its leaves,
By Thee, comes down the rain,
By Thee, the yellow harvest sheaves
Stand ripening on the plain.
"For The Anniversary Of THe Hartford County Agricultural Society. 1826" by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard
The spring brings forth the springing flowers,
That deck the meadows green;
The trees bud forth--the shady bowers,
More pleasant will be seen.
"The Seasons Of The Year Compared To the Life Of A Man" by Susannah Hawkins
Dear Lord, afford our souls a spring,
Thou know'st our winter has been long;
Shine forth, and warm our hearts to sing,
And thy rich grace shall be our song.
"Waiting For Spring" by John Newton
He wakens the morning, o'ershadows the eve,
And the sunbeams from Him all their brightness receive;
The snows of the winter are His, and the buds
Which the spring-time calls forth in the gardens and woods.
"God, the Source of all Good" by John Bowring

In news:

Sharing Garth Brooks' stomping ground of Stillwater, Okla. Jason Boland & The Stragglers bear surface resemblances to the many hard-driving bands the Red Dirt scene springs forth regularly.
The spacecraft would represent the first attempt to land at Mars' geographic South Pole and would offer the promise of some spectacular high-quality live-action video of carbon dioxide geysers spewing forth at the beginning of early spring.
Spring was just budding forth when I arrived so the fields were full of wild flowers, tulips and daffodils.
In a spring following a fire, the white lady's- slippers burst forth in mind-boggling profusion.
Happy spring daywith PatrickKathleen Forth, Decatur.
I have been going back and forth to the computer screen on this sunny/cloudy spring day, and each stop I make yields a couple of letters from you.
Oh, the memories that spring forth .
What does it take to make desert soil spring forth with flowers and food.
This NavClassics booklet demonstrates how the promise God gave Abraham in Genesis 12 is the foundation from which all promises of salvation and life in Christ spring forth.
It technically may be spring, but with temps ricocheting back and forth between springtime and winter, my thoughts are already turning to the canyons and mesas of the desert.
They spring forth in those moments when we're pulled and stretched like Spandex fabric, from many sides.
Like a fireworks shop that seems to spring forth from nowhere along a quiet stretch of roadside, so too does SweetWater Brewing Company stand out on a Friday.

In science:

We then stop the translation stage and move it backwards until the spring goes back to its rest position without loosing contact with the slider, which remains at rest (contact loss could make the slider surf over the granular layer as we push it forth at large velocity, meaning above 40 µm.s−1).
Friction and dilatancy in immersed granular matter
It may repeatedly switch back and forth between the two regimes, dependent on the impact velocity and the spring constants kn and kt .
Coefficient of tangential restitution for the linear dashpot model