Mexico, Mexico City in particular, has been a wellspring for the global art world for a while.
Jeffress was of course tapping into a wellspring of anti-Mormon prejudice in the culture.
Nor should our recognition of Edward Snowden occasion our rejection of peace and joy as a wellspring of our lives.
The wellspring of wisdom is as a flowing brook, says the Wise Man.
Understanding is a wellspring of life unto him that hath it.
He is the Conscience of our consciences, the wellspring of motives and impulses and sympathies.
Eugenie's first and only love was a wellspring of sadness within her.
Gentle gurglings at the upper end of the table often betrayed the presence of the "wellspring of pleasure."
And the body is, of necessity, a wellspring of energy; it has to do something.
My imagination had abundant food for reverie: what a wellspring of pleasure the future had in store for me!