Spring is officially just around the corner, so here are some idioms inspired by the coming season:
to be full of the joys of spring = to be lively and enthusiastic
With the longer days, she felt happy and full of the joys of spring.
to spring clean = to clean thoroughly
When their son went to university, they decided it was time to spring clean the house.
no spring chicken = a person who is no longer young
Considering he’s a professional footballer, at 34 he’s no spring chicken.
spring fever = to be restless or excited, especially at the beginning of spring.
The birds have started to make so much noise first thing in the morning that they seem to have spring fever.