The American Heritage Guide to Contemporary Usage and Style defines Spring Fever as “a feeling of languor or listlessness that accompanies the warming temperatures of spring”. The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as “an emotional state supposedly occurring as a result of the arrival of spring, variously characterized as a feeling of listlessness, or of restlessness, excitement, inclination to romance”.
The American Heritage Guide to Contemporary Usage and Style is a part of the Credo Reference collection available, along with the Oxford English Dictionary, available through the Texas State Libraries’ database collection. Similar resources can be located in the Encyclopedias and Dictionaries section.
We are in the home stretch, so be careful with your “feelings of listlessness”. But if you do find yourself struggling, stop by the Round Rock Campus Library …. Come In and Find Out More.