a spring in (one's) step

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a spring in (one's) step

A happy, energetic, and excited mood or manner, as indicated by the carefree way one walks. Joe's been walking with a spring in his step ever since he found out he was getting a promotion. I bet you'll have a spring in your step after I tell you this bit of good news!
See also: spring, step
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The half-time introduction of the lively Roger Guerreiro gave Poland a spring in their step at the start of the second period, but despite giving the German back line plenty of think about, the Poles couldn't create any clear chances.