springy

[spring-ee]
adjective, springier, springiest.
1.
characterized by spring or elasticity; flexible; resilient: He walks with a springy step.
2.
(of land) abounding in or having springs of water.

Origin:
1585–95; spring + -y1

springily, adverb
springiness, noun


1. buoyant, bouncy; youthful.
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springy (ˈsprɪŋɪ)
 
adj , springier, springiest
1.  possessing or characterized by resilience or bounce
2.  (of a place) having many wells or springs of water
 
'springily
 
adv
 
'springiness
 
n

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Example sentences
The air sacs are small and dainty, and both the airways and air sacs are
  elastic and springy.
They are both durable and springy, which means they're easy on your knees.
As the names suggest, the robots feature slightly angled, springy legs.
Ulm shows that a springy economy makes the challenges easier to tackle but does
  not remove them.
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