bouncing

[ boun-sing ]SEE DEFINITION OF bouncing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOUNCING

And Connie Hancock, bouncing about hospitably in the large, rich house.

The only other fare was a bouncing girl in a big hat with feathers.

He'll be tired by this time, with all this rough riding and bouncing about we have been giving him.

Craig, bouncing alone on the middle seat of the buckboard, grunted.

Corey shook his head, setting the heavy folds of flesh to bouncing.

He sat on Jack's , bouncing up and down as Jack worked the .

The mule was bouncing up and down, sideways, in a mild panic.

Printed in Europe, not far from some of the bouncing priests.

She was escorted by a bouncing, black-eyed waitress to a table for four.

"Very little," cried Larry, bouncing in with a beaming face.

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