Definition of unsprung in English:

unsprung

Line breaks: un|sprung
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsprʌŋ
 
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adjective

Not provided with springs: an antiquated, unsprung settee
More example sentences
  • A mattress on an unsprung base (including fixed-slat bases) should last about 10 years.
  • He sat upon the unsprung bed and looked across the cell.
  • Try an alternative bed-base and unsprung mattress, preferably with natural materials.

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