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springtime

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
springtimespring‧time /ˈsprɪŋtaɪm/ noun [uncountable]  TMCthe time of the year when it is springin (the) springtime when the snow melts in the springtime
Examples from the Corpus
springtimeNo dead birds in the larder in springtime.Majorca was renowned for its springtime almond blossom, Fernando had told her.After all, that an organism may spend the energies of its springtime resisting being eaten alive is not unknown to me.Its springtime for President Bill Clinton as he watches his Republican challengers rip each other to shreds.Carolyn Henderson offers some springtime suggestions.You are surprised to find yourself singing in the springtime, putting a flower in your hair, trying a new lipstick.It was springtime and the slopes were ablaze with almond blossom, the vivid green terraces edged with blue irises.in (the) springtimeRugged mountains, clear icy streams, and in springtime carpets of pink and blue opium poppies bending in the wind.River ice in springtime, breaking, a force of nature coming alive, rising, sweeping everything before it.No dead birds in the larder in springtime.The ground was a grass parkland, in springtime carpeted with wildflowers.You are surprised to find yourself singing in the springtime, putting a flower in your hair, trying a new lipstick.However, this was in the springtime of her trouble.
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