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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspringyspring‧y /ˈsprɪŋi/ adjective  1 SOFTsomething that is springy is soft and comes back to its normal shape after being pressed or walked on The grass was soft and springy.2 springy step/walkspringily adverbspringiness noun [uncountable]
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springyMarriner will ensure that the words are clearly heard, the instrumental parts all count and that the rhythms are springy.Bake for about 35 minutes or until the center is springy and a toothpick comes out clean.The grass was springy and fresh-smelling.It was like a rug, that grass was, so springy and silky and deep.springy curlsCicely has a springy, edgy way of moving, half way between a frightened deer and a 440 hurdler.Helen and Mona and Callie bobbed on the springy front seat with Ralph.Instinctively, I took off my shoes and felt the springy grass beneath my bare feet.Constant bouncing of the feet, through springy legs, is the essential rhythm of powder skiing.Some artists prefer the springy sensitivity of an open canvas whilst others prefer the hardness or smoothness of a board.Billy's short legs kept getting tangled in the heather, so he bounced along like a kangaroo through the springy tufts.The stag was now at full gallop on the springy turf.
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