spring

Spring vs Gush - What's the difference?

spring | gush |


As a proper noun spring

is spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

As a noun gush is

a sudden rapid outflow.

As a verb gush is

to flow forth suddenly, in great volume.

Orientation vs Spring - What's the difference?

orientation | spring |


As a noun orientation

is (uncountable) the act of orienting or the state of being oriented.

As a proper noun spring is

spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

Spray vs Spring - What's the difference?

spray | spring |


As a noun spray

is spray.

As a proper noun spring is

spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

Prevernal vs Spring - What's the difference?

prevernal | spring |


As an adjective prevernal

is before the season of spring.

As a proper noun spring is

spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

Pullulate vs Spring - What's the difference?

pullulate | spring |


As a verb pullulate

is to rapidly multiply.

As a proper noun spring is

spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

Spring vs Ring - What's the difference?

spring | ring |


As a proper noun spring

is spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

As a noun ring is

ring (a place where some sports take place; as, a boxing ring) .

Spring vs Sommer - What's the difference?

spring | sommer |


As a proper noun spring

is spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

As an interjection sommer is

(south africa) just because; answer to questions (especially "why" questions) that you do not want to answer or don't have a specific answer for.

Spring vs April - What's the difference?

spring | april |


As a proper noun spring

is spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

As a noun april is

april.

Spring vs Result - What's the difference?

spring | result |


As a proper noun spring

is spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

As a verb result is

to proceed, spring or rise, as a consequence, from facts, arguments, premises, combination of circumstances, consultation, thought or endeavor.

As a noun result is

that which results; the conclusion or end to which any course or condition of things leads, or which is obtained by any process or operation; consequence or effect.

As an interjection result is

(uk) an exclamation of joy following a favorable outcome.

Brim vs Spring - What's the difference?

brim | spring |


As a noun brim

is (obsolete) the sea; ocean; water; flood or brim can be an edge or border (originally specifically of the sea or a body of water).

As a verb brim

is to be full to overflowing or brim can be of pigs: to be in heat, to rut.

As an adjective brim

is (obsolete) fierce; sharp; cold.

As a proper noun spring is

spring, the season of warmth and new vegetation following winter.

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