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“His taste was for the Victorian, those well-sprung old poems to which he had been introduced at Francis Street school.”
“He looked custom-built for pulling heavy things, with a wide chest, well-sprung ribs, and a short back.”
“She owned an elegant, well-sprung carriage and had traveled as far as London on the mail coach, which had the advantage of speed and catered to a more exclusive class of passenger.”
“She had borne the six-mile journey from Fordham with the equanimity that comes from a well-sprung vehicle and a disciplined temper, and now she displayed neither a crease nor a tumbled curl.”
“Now enjoying the well-sprung comfort of a magnificent pram wheeled by an English nanny accompanied by two nurses, Tazeem was fast asleep and amusingly unconcerned by the amount of attention he was receiving.”
“He had been loath to sacrifice his sight of that carriage-a small, well-sprung affair, whose windows were sealed and heavily curtained.”
“Fancy cast a longing glance at Heath and then flopped back against the well-sprung squabs and crossed her arms over her chest, surging with impotent fury.”
“The buggy was not well-sprung, and its jolting motion jarred his teeth.”
“Sliding her hand across his well-sprung chest, she felt his breath catch.”
“There were beds in the guest rooms and the attic and two well-sprung living-room sofas.”
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