[ noun ] the quality of being spontaneous and coming from natural feelings without constraint




"the spontaneity of his laughter"

Used in print

(Norman Kent, "The Watercolor Art of Roy M. Mason"...)

`` Speed in painting a picture is valid only when it imparts spontaneity and crispness , but unless the artist has lots of experience so that he can control rapid execution , he would do_well to take these first sketches and soberly reorder their design to achieve a unified composition .

(Raymond J. Corsini et al., Roleplaying in Business...)

The objective of this chapter is to clarify the distinctions between spontaneity theory and other training concepts .

Spontaneity training theory is unique and relatively new .

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