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What does the bold parts mean?

felicity
3: a pleasing manner or quality especially in art or language <a felicity with words>

compliment
2 plural: best wishes: REGARDS <accept my compliments> <compliments of the season>

[Definitions from M-W's Col. Dic]
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a felicity with words an easy, graceful way of putting words together

compliments of the season season's greetings!
Hi Avangi,

Is the following sentence correct?

With the arrival of Spring, the birds start singing different songs which can be described as the compliments of the season.
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sorry, this is kind of syrupy and cliche-filled, but ... grammar is OK
spring not Spring
Jackson6612Is the following sentence correct?

With the arrival of Spring, the birds start singing different songs which can be described as the compliments of the season.
Hi Jackson,

I can't seem to get a precise handle on it, but we usually use the expression in connection with human traditions and the "formalities" which have grown up around seasonal activities.

Personally, I find that your sentence captures the spirit of it in an original way.

Rgdz, - A.
Avangi
Jackson6612Is the following sentence correct?

With the arrival of Spring, the birds start singing different songs which can be described as the compliments of the season.
Hi Jackson,

I can't seem to get a precise handle on it, but we usually use the expression in connection with human traditions and the "formalities" which have grown up around seasonal activities.

Personally, I find that your sentence captures the spirit of it in an original way.

Rgdz, - A.
Hi Avangi,

What does the bold sentence mean? Please let me know.
Thank you for the help.
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As Marius' post seems to suggest, your image is metaphorical - i.e., poetry. A typical example of "compliments of the season" would be a man wishing his friends "Merry Christmas." But from a birdseye view of spring, this is exactly what your sentence depicts. I like it. - A.

(They say there's no accounting for taste.)

Edit. We often say a snapshot captures the spirit of the moment.