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spring in your step

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspring in your stepspring in your stepENERGETICif you walk with a spring in your step, you move quickly and happily As he walked into the office that morning, there was a spring in his step. spring
Examples from the Corpus
spring in your stepThe candidates, their staffs and the press have a spring in their steps.But suddenly the sight of Giuseppe Signori's invitingly lofted ball into the penalty area put a spring in his step.There was a spring in his step, and ineffable calmness dressing his sun-brown face.He walks away with a high spring in his step.Kangaroo has not changed our lives, just given us deeper pockets and put a little more spring in our steps.There was a new spring in his step, a feeling of youthful zest stirring his muscles.Preston emerged after the interval with a new spring in their step, and the game took on a different complexion.It read: Bedford, keep the spring in your step.
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