||a cloth-covered bedspring having rows of individual but connected helical springs inside a boxlike frame.
||a flowering plant of the western United States that bears bright blooms of pink, white, or purple.
||a natural spring that has water warmer than body temperature.
||a long narrow spring made up of several strips or layers of metal, used in automobile suspensions and the like.
||a young chicken suitable for broiling or frying.
||the feelings of listlessness or restlessness that may affect people at the beginning of spring.
||a lock in which a spring automatically shoots the bolt.
||the tides that occur soon after the new or full moon and have the greatest rise and fall. (Cf. neap.) [2 definitions]
||a spring with water that is of a higher temperature than the mean annual temperature of the spring's locale.