springnoun

  • ja
  • enone of the four seasons between winter and summer when leaves and flowers appear

Examples

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They're showing a lot of florals right now, so I was thinking I could—
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Florals?
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For spring?
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Groundbreaking.
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Are you wearing pajamas?
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Yes.
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And next spring, so will every man in America.
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How long must we *bleep* wait for 'Game of Thrones'?
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The TV show, my Lord?
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'Game of Thrones' is no mere TV show, Lord Black Thought.
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It's a way of life.
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A hallowed epic cruelly torn from our bosoms by a production hiatus most vile.
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Winter has come and gone.
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And then winter has come and gone again.
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And now 'tis spring, and one thing is clear.
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Shorts weather is coming.
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By the roses of the spring, by maidhood, honor, truth and every thing,
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I love thee so.
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There's another store that has everything that you need this spring.
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It's called Target.
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They've got summer style for the whole family.
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You can even shop online and then pick up your items
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at Target on your way to the beach.
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I wanna talk to you about spring, it's finally here.
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First robin, the Easter bunny, delivering to children
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the unholy, tinted spawn of a chicken and its chocolate bar lover.
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The Mets undefeated in first place.
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But enough about our spring!
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Enough about our spring!