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Definition of sprang

sprang

  • old or out of style. Not understanding those who are in style. A way of describing "them" in such a way as to separate "them" from "us."
    Parents are too sprang to understand why teenagers do the things they do.

    Last edited on Feb 16 2014. Submitted by Sam W. from FL, USA on Nov 08 1999.

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