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  • It is spontaneously general.
  • She had never experienced the pleasure of motion, of walking as if her feet had no weight to carry, as if the support of the cane in her hand were merely a superfluous touch of elegance, the pleasure of feeling her steps trace swift, straight lines, of sensing the faultless, spontaneous precision of her gestures-as she experienced it while placing their food on the table in front of the two men.
  • Lillian, you’re wonderful!" he said quite spontaneously.
  • …because he’s an artist who hasn’t the faintest idea what his art work is or means, he’s not restrained by such crude concepts as ’being’ or ’meaning’ he’s the vehicle of higher mysteries, he doesn’t know how he created his work or why, it just came out of him spontaneously, like vomit out of a drunkard, he did not think, he wouldn’t stoop to thinking, he just felt it, all he has to do is feelhe feels, the flabby, loose-mouthed, shifty-eyed, drooling, shivering, uncongealed bastard!

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  • The group broke into spontaneous laughter.
  • He bubbled with enthusiasms, and his faintest smile or lightest laugh seemed spontaneous and genuine.
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