Definition of spontaneity in English:

spontaneity

Line breaks: spon¦tan|eity
Pronunciation: /ˌspɒntəˈneɪɪti
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The condition of being spontaneous; spontaneous behaviour or action: she occasionally tore up her usual schedule in favour of spontaneity
More example sentences
  • There is a genuine spontaneity to their reactions.
  • With one exception, they are spoken texts and so have the spontaneity and naturalness that make for pleasurable reading.
  • Composers are not known for their spontaneity.

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