You've got to spontaneously volunteer positive perspectives on his or her life, without being asked to do so.
If scrawny little Tutankhamun can do it, a badass like Khufu could probably cause them to spontaneously combust.
In one episode, young Evan spontaneously breaks into a song about suicide.
Devastated, she climbed with feral intensity, hoping the baby might spontaneously abort.
The mayor was now spontaneously applauded when he walked down the street.
In her this appetite is developed much less often spontaneously than in him, and where it is so, it is generally later.
Here all the varieties of his studies come into play, as it were, spontaneously.
But it has been certainly proved that these organisms are not spontaneously produced in the water or organic fluid.
I offer the suggestion generously, freely, and spontaneously.
It followed that everybody was reluctantly compelled to pay the higher price which the American spontaneously elected to give.
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.