Springlet Spring"let (spr[i^]ng"l[e^]t), n. A little spring. [1913 Webster]

But yet from out the little hill Oozes the slender springlet still. --Sir W. Scott. [1913 Webster]

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  • springlet — [spriŋ′lit] n. a small spring of water …   English World dictionary

  • springlet — /spring lit/, n. a small spring of water. [1740 50; SPRING + LET] * * * …   Universalium

  • springlet — noun A small, minor spring. Major migrations and cattle drives may require more water on their path than springlets can provide. Syn: streamlet …   Wiktionary

  • springlet — spring·let …   English syllables

  • springlet — /ˈsprɪŋlət/ (say springluht) noun a little spring (of water). {spring + let} …   Australian English dictionary

  • springlet — lə̇t noun ( s) : a little spring : streamlet …   Useful english dictionary

  • spring — verb (past sprang or chiefly N. Amer. sprung; past participle sprung) 1》 move suddenly or rapidly upwards or forwards.     ↘cause (a game bird) to rise from cover. 2》 move suddenly by or as if by the action of a spring. 3》 operate or cause to… …   English new terms dictionary

  • spring — v. & n. v. (past sprang or US sprung; past part. sprung) 1 intr. jump; move rapidly or suddenly (sprang from his seat; sprang through the gap; sprang to their assistance). 2 intr. move rapidly as from a constrained position or by the action of a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • spring|let — «SPRIHNG liht», noun. a little spring (of water): »Out from the little hill Oozes the slender springlet still (Scott) …   Useful english dictionary

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