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spontaneity and spontaneous

   Spontaneity is the quality of being spontaneous: behavior proceeding from natural feeling or from a momentary impulse, without having been planned or labored; developing from within, without apparent external influence, force, cause, or treatment; not apparently contrived or manipulated. (spahn'te-nay"eh-tee)

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  • spontaneous — [spɒn teɪnɪəs] adjective 1》 performed or occurring as a result of an unpremeditated inner impulse and without external stimulus.     ↘(of a process or event) occurring without apparent external cause.     ↘Biology (of movement or activity)… …   English new terms dictionary

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