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springy

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of springy

  1. 1 able to revert to original size and shape after being stretched, squeezed, or twisted pillows made with springy foam that bounces right back Synonyms of springy bouncy, flexible, resilient, rubberlike, rubbery, elastic, stretch, stretchable, stretchy, supple, whippyWords Related to springy adaptable, ductile, kneadable, malleable, moldable, plastic, pliable, pliant; limber, lissome (also lissom), lithe, lithesome, willowyNear Antonyms of springy compact, firm, hard, solid, unyielding; brittle, crisp, crumbly, flaky (also flakey), friable, shortAntonyms of springy inelastic, inflexible, nonelastic, rigid, stiff

  2. 2 having much high-spirited energy and movement walks with a springy step Synonyms of springy active, airy, animate, animated, bouncing, brisk, energetic, frisky, gay, jaunty, jazzy, kinetic, mettlesome, peppy, perky, pert, pizzazzy (or pizazzy), racy, snappy, spanking, sparky, spirited, sprightly, lively, vital, vivacious, zippyWords Related to springy dapper, dashing, spiffy; agog, alert, awake, open-eyed, up, wide-awake; agile, nimble, spry; bright, buoyant, cheerful, chipper, chirpy, chirrupy, effervescent, sparkly, upbeat; eager, enthusiastic, keen; frolicsome, impish, pixieish, playful; boisterous, bubbly, ebullient, exuberant, high-spirited; high-strung, nervous, skittishNear Antonyms of springy indolent, lazy, unambitious; inert, lethargic, sleepy, sluggish, tired, torpid, weary; apathetic, impassive, phlegmatic, stolid; boring, dull, irksome, tediousAntonyms of springy dead, inactive, inanimate, lackadaisical, languid, languishing, languorous, leaden, lifeless, limp, listless, spiritless, vapid



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