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- adj. Having unseasonable weather resembling that typically experienced in spring.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Resembling spring; characteristic of spring; vernal: as, springlike weather; a springlike temperature.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. resembling a spring or the action of a spring
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I've fallen for LL Oud, too, although it doesn't seem all that "springlike" to me.
Our experience confirmed that the weather in Ensenada is rather similar to San Diego, which is another spot in the world which has 'springlike' weather most of the year.
By Tuesday, what eventually becomes a springlike high pressure system begins taking hold.
Now, Lake Chapala is the easy winner among my four favorite places when it comes to weather with almost consistently beautiful springlike weather in the 70s and 80s.
Hottest months hit the nineties, but mostly springlike weather.
So, Washington's temperature soared into the springlike 70s three times in five days, a true and welcome departure from wintry weeks of chill in which the mercury had not forayed even so high as 60.
A springlike leaf green, it was absolutely charming - of light Tayledras-made silk with billowing sleeves caught into long cuffs, and a high collar.
Finally, Jamie's body relaxed its springlike tension.
And there was a distinct, fresh, springlike aroma, as if a better day was coming.
Bizarre, springlike weather had taken hold of New York City that January, so Kit and I picked up lunch at an upscale takeout down the street and ate on a bench in Union Square Park, facing our offices.