spring from

spring from (someone, something, or some place)

To originate in or result from some person, place, or thing; to be engendered in or by someone, something, or some place. Our frustration springs from your unwillingness to take these criticisms seriously. My fear of water springs from the time my brother nearly drowned when we were kids. Our most interesting and exciting ideas spring from these conferences.
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spring (forth) from someone or something

to come forth from someone or something; to gush out of someone or something, as with a spring of water; to jump from or out of someone or something. The best ideas spring forth from the mind of Mary! What new example of pure genius can we expect to spring from Mary today?
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

spring from

To have something as an origin or cause; have developed from something: The taxpayers' anger springs from policies that were made by the previous governor.
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