Definition of Springiness

1. Noun. The elasticity of something that can be stretched and returns to its original length.

Exact synonyms: Give, Spring
Generic synonyms: Elasticity, Snap
Derivative terms: Give, Springy



Definition of Springiness

1. n. The state or quality of being springly.

Definition of Springiness

1. Noun. The property of being springy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Springiness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Springiness

springes
springeth
springform
springforms
springhaas
springhalt
springhare
springhares
springhead
springheads
springhouse
springhouses
springier
springiest
springily
springiness (current term)
springinesses
springing
springing cow
springing executory interest
springing executory interests
springingly
springings
springle
springles
springless
springlet
springlets
springlike
springloaded

Literary usage of Springiness

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1. The Technical Student's Introduction to Mechanics: Being a Series of by Robert Scott Burn (1892)
"springiness or Elasticity in Bodies. This springiness or elasticity in bodies it is which, in virtue of the law we ..."

2. Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton by David Brewster (1855)
"If the aether within were twice as much dilated as that without, so as to have but half as much springiness, the ambient would have half the force of its ..."

3. The Child's Book of Nature: For the Use of Families and Schools : Intended by Worthington Hooker (1857)
"The gas has the same springiness that the air has. It is this springiness of the air, called its elasticity, that makes the foot-ball bound so. ..."

4. The Child's Book of Nature: Three Parts in One by Worthington Hooker (1879)
"The gas has the same springiness that the air has. It is this springiness of the air, called its elasticity, that makes the foot-ball bound so. ..."

5. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1915)
"the ambient compresses the muscle by the excess of the force of its springiness above that of the springiness of the included. To vary the compression of ..."

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