Definition of Sprong
1. Verb. (archaic) (simple past of spring) ¹
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Definition of Sprong
1. spring [v] - See also: spring
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sprong
Literary usage of Sprong
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Songs, Carols, and Other Miscellaneous Poems by Richard Hill (1908)
"The IIII. branch it sprong to hell, ... So blessedly yt sprong. Born he was in assis stalle, Of Mary, that swete flour. ... bo the tyme the rose sprong. ..."
2. Songs, Carols, and Other Miscellaneous Poems by Richard Hill (1908)
"(1) Ther ys a blossum sprong of a thorn, ... sprong a well at Maris fote, That torned all pis world to bote; Of her toke Jhesu ..."
3. Reports of Cases in Law and Equity in the Supreme Court of the State of New York by Oliver Lorenzo Barbour, New York (State). Supreme Court (1872)
"sprong v. Boston and Albany Railroad Company. MILLER, PJ The case looks very much like usury, ... John H. Reynolds, for the defendants. sprong ..."
4. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1909)
"... SD sprong The investigations referred to later in this paper were begun by the authors early in the summer of 1908 and covered a period of from eight to ..."
5. Elizabethan Translations from the Italian: The Titles of Such Works Now by Mary Augusta Scott (1895)
"... three hundred and odde seuerall kindes of maladies, besides casualties. Since when, there hath encreased and sprong up a fresh supply and ..."
6. Hymns to the Virgin & Christ, the Parliament of Devils, and Other Religious by Frederick James Furnivall, Lambeth Palace Library (1867)
"8, and " Ihesus J>at sprong, p. 12, of this volume.] 1 Compare " Awake, 0 north wind, and come, thou south; blow upon my garden, that the spices thereof may ..."
7. On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakspere and by Alexander John Ellis (1871)
"... sprong tongue 8, wrong flong 45, flong song 60, strong dunge 83. 01. The rhymes here are insufficient to convey much information, yet perhaps they ..."