Associations to the word «Spontaneous»
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Self-generated; happening without any apparent external cause.
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Done by one's own free choice, or without planning.
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Proceeding from natural feeling or native tendency without external or conscious constraint
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Arising from a momentary impulse
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Controlled and directed internally; self-active; spontaneous movement characteristic of living things
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Produced without being planted or without human labor; indigenous
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Random.
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Sudden, without warning.
SPONTANEOUS ABORTION, noun. (medicine) A miscarriage.
SPONTANEOUS ABORTIONS, noun. Plural of spontaneous abortion
SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION, noun. Combustion without an external source of heat.
SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTIONS, noun. Plural of spontaneous combustion
SPONTANEOUS GENERATION, noun. (biology) the fancied production of living organisms without previously existing parents from inorganic matter, or from decomposing organic matter, a notion which at one time had many supporters; abiogenesis; anomalous generation
SPONTANEOUS GENERATIONS, noun. Plural of spontaneous generation
SPONTANEOUS PNEUMOTHORAX, noun. (pathology) A pulmonary condition resulting in the collection of air within the chest, which occurs absent traumatic injury. Spontaneous Pneumothorax are considered a medical emergency, generally requiring assistive radiographic evaluation to determine the extent of lung collapse, as well as determine the most appropriate course of emergency medical treatment for the patient. Abbreviated as SP.
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Happening or arising without apparent external cause; "spontaneous laughter"; "spontaneous combustion"; "a spontaneous abortion".
SPONTANEOUS, adjective. Said or done without having been planned or written in advance; "he made a few ad-lib remarks".
It is better wither to be silent, or to say things of more value than silence. Sooner throw a pearl at hazard than an idle or useless word; and do not say a little in many words, but a great deal in a few.