Definitions for spontaneityˌspɒn təˈni ɪ ti, -ˈneɪ-
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the quality of being spontaneous and coming from natural feelings without constraint
"the spontaneity of his laughter"
The quality of being spontaneous.
Origin: Compare to French .
the quality or state of being spontaneous, or acting from native feeling, proneness, or temperament, without constraint or external force
the tendency to undergo change, characteristic of both animal and vegetable organisms, and not restrained or cheked by the environment
the tendency to activity of muscular tissue, including the voluntary muscles, when in a state of healthful vigor and refreshment
Origin: [Cf. F. spontanit.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Analysis kills spontaneity.
Art is the illusion of spontaneity.
I will get a snowmobile to travel beyond this settlement, i love spontaneity with the outdoors and Longyearbyen is a dream travel launchpad.
Our whole life is an attempt to discover when our spontaneity is whimsical, sentimental irresponsiblity and when it is a valid expression of our deepest desires and values.
I'm concerned that when there are rules and restrictions put down on how one can dance, that free flow of creativity and spontaneity can be squashed, i see it as more of a practical issue of the sound of the music and people not having enough space.
Translations for spontaneity
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- espontaneïtatCatalan, Valencian
- spȍntānōst, спо̏нта̄но̄стSerbo-Croatian
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