a person or thing that springs.
Architecture. the first voussoir above the impost of an arch.
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How to use springer in a sentence
Before his reign as the king of trash TV, springer was mayor of Cincinnati.
However, be forewarned that I too ride a Harley today—a vintage springer Softail chopper.
springer, who is in jail, did not return a call for comment.
A $1 million offer from a producer for the Jerry springer TV show was quickly yanked when public outrage became clear.
While the dispute had dragged out, Wheeler's attorney Bayard Marin said, "There were no Jerry springer moments."Mysterious Murder of Bush Official: John P. Wheeler III Found Dead in Delaware Landfill | Christine Pelisek, Pat Wingert | January 4, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
springer said, "I once heard him begin a sermon with the question, 'Are we dogs, or are we men?'"Personal Recollections of Pardee Butler | Pardee Butler
Natives round Key West sometimes take it in nets and with the grains, and they call it “springer.”Tales of Fishes | Zane Grey
Cuc-cuc-come on, Osgood, implored springer, as the next hitter was seen to rise from the bench; youre the boy to do the trick.
springer was also slightly behind, while Cooper was a small winner and therefore cheerful.
springer called for two, and, glancing over Phils shoulder, Piper saw what he held.
British Dictionary definitions for springer
short for springer spaniel
Also called: springing cow a cow about to give birth
a person or thing that springs
the first and lowest stone of an arch
the impost of an arch
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