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  • adj. comparative form of springy: more springy

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Examples

  • After watching him in person, I see that he is much "springier" than I had thought.

    ESPN.com - True Hoop - Blog

  • : how sports records are boosted by materials advances such as springier vaulting poles and softer materials to land on.

    Wonderful & weird science

  • She still walks like a drunken sailor … just a little springier drunken sailor, today …

    2009 August « Mudpuddle

  • December output in the biomedical sector, which accounts for 19.6% of total manufacturing production, was more than twice that of a year earlier, while output in the highly volatile pharmaceuticals sector was up an even springier 121.6% after expanding just 4.9% in November.

    Singapore Bolstered by Manufacturing

  • Remember when I said that Phoenix, that electronic pop band from France with that big hit back in the day, was going to be huge, music to make the spring ever springier?

    Andrea Chalupa: The Yellow Dogs: An Illegal Rock Band Breaks Out

  • Some models look much like a stationary activity center, but with a springier seat and a raised platform for a little lift off.

    Stationary activity centers: Safer than doorway jumpers

  • Most were fans of the icing, but would have liked the cake to have been a bit lighter and springier - the overall effect was more dense than expected.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • November 13th, 2008 at 7: 59 am blak jack play card says: blak jack play card … springier fragrances dynamiting graham moduli …

    Think Progress » Iraqi Leaders Call On U.S. To Set Timetable

  • The Cucinelli sweater has a springier weave that drapes gracefully and hasn't wrinkled or bagged at stretch points.

    Style Showdown:

  • The edge of the blade has been clay-tempered, ala the Japanese samurai sword forging method, which results in a blade with a hard edge and a springier back, so it will be much less likely to break.

    Archive 2006-07-01

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