Can we really imagine that the spontaneous emotions of so many Ann fans could have poured out so much in lockstep?
It's an approach based on the insight that these insult-to-Islam moments are very rarely if ever spontaneous reactions.
Watch her iPhone coordinate a food delivery and spontaneous dance party.
There, inspired by a spontaneous love affair, her sixth novel was born.
A fidelity to the spontaneous moment is no longer the terra firma on which the photographic image is grounded.
It is here that we see the value of spontaneous assimilation.
At her spontaneous act of welcome a light came into his eyes.
So marvellous, John thought, that it was impossible to think of them as spontaneous, joyous expressions of art.
It cannot be loving and spontaneous unless there is a natural impulse behind it.
The supposition that she had died of spontaneous combustion was also entertained by a good many.
1650s, from Late Latin spontaneus "willing, of one's free will," from Latin (sua) sponte "of one's own accord, willingly;" of unknown origin. Related: Spontaneously. Earliest use is of persons and characters. Spontaneous combustion first attested 1795. Spontaneous generation (the phrase, not the event) attested from 1650s.