Either of the points at which an arch begins to rise from its supports.(noun)
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Use "springing" in a sentence
"She resembles a fresh fountain springing from the heart of life."
"He left the chair, just as he sat in it, squarely, springing from the sitting posture like a wild animal, a tiger, and like a tiger covered the intervening space."
"I believe the answer to this question is to be found springing from the society we are a part of:"