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Idiom of the Day: Full of the joys of spring | Purland Training
Idiom of the Day: To be full of the joys of spring Literal meaning: To be unexpectedly happy. Example: 'You're full of the joys of spring. What happened?' When to use it: Two work colleagues meet; one of them is unusually cheerful. Hi Jack. You're full of the joys of spring. Oh - my