Examples of springtime in a Sentence
Springtime is her favorite time of year.
a springtime of entrepreneurship in the old Soviet bloc after the fall of the Iron Curtain
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Through Aug. 26, goats will be grazing in an enclosed area on the south side of the conservatory where a goat yoga session in the springtime sold out.
That makes sense, since young jake turkeys tend to leave their families and stake out their own territories in the springtime, according to Bobbi Carpenter, a master’s student who studies turkeys at the University of Florida.
This year, the garden center’s two-room refrigerator, which in the springtime keeps flowers from blooming too early, was stocked with more than 2,000 crates of grapes and 3,000 buckets of juice.
On Saturdays in the springtime here, a group of those players will gather at a teammate’s home, disgruntled with the lack of nightclubs in town, and turn a Slip ’N Slide into a front-yard drinking game.
This is his focus: the strange, organic shapes of the trees, the peach blossoms that appear in the springtime.
Years of losses, marked by mounds of debris appearing streetside on April and May days that, in normal springtimes, should have been for baseball and barbecues.
Indiana appears likely to turn much of its attention to a handful of promising connections in 2019 by springtime, whatever happens.
Warm weather has arrived, and it’s time to take your springtime entertaining up a notch.
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First Known Use of springtime
Synonymsblossom, florescence, floruit, flower, flush, heyday, high noon, prime, salad days, bloom
Related Wordsautumn, Indian summer; blooming, blossoming, efflorescence, flowering; acme, apex, climax, meridian, peak, pinnacle, summit, zenith; glory, grandeur, splendor; belle epoque (or belle époque), golden age, silver age; comeback, recovery, revivial
Near Antonymsdecay, decline, downfall; bottom, nadir; shriveling (or shrivelling), wilting, withering
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