adjective, spring·i·er, spring·i·est.
Origin of springy
Synonyms for springy
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Contemporary Examples of springy
The drain clogs in the shower every few days, and the clump of tangled brown hair is springy between my fingers.Birth Control Made My Hair Fall Out, and I’m Not the Only One
October 14, 2014
Historical Examples of springy
It was on a level round of old moss, damp but springy, hid from the house by some saugh-trees.The Lost Pibroch
The floor was bedded down a foot deep with springy silver fir boughs, laid butts down and toward the foot.Unexplored!
She learned the springy gait of the true hill climber, and drank in health and strength from the keen hill air.The Literary Sense
It should be made of cinders, well rolled, and ought to be kept dampened so as to make it springy.
The fires would be in yellow dots along the countryside, and the heather would be like a pillow so soft and springy under the arm.Gilian The Dreamer