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Now, she makes everything from royal stir-fried tteok to bouncy jeungpyeon to tteok sandwiches filled with sliced meat.
Designated hiking boots will also have better traction with thick, bouncy soles to support your feet over rugged terrain and tread patterns designed to prevent snow build-up in their crevices.
One popular legend is that Lamar Hunt, owner of the Chiefs, suggested “Super Bowl” because his children loved the Super Ball, a bouncy and popular toy.
There were jingles with an insistent, bouncy rhythm, about soft drinks he had never tasted.
The little sisters—all bouncy blond curls and silly with laughter—their reaction to everything was excitement.
STEP IVROSEL GEORGE BROWN
The women are self-conscious in a rather smirky way, bouncy.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
My own part of the mountain is a lot rougher, and they'd be carrying dynamite and caps over pretty bouncy trails.
THE FLAMING MOUNTAINHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
But there she was, no longer flat-walking and coughing and thin and wax-skinned, but golden-brown and curvy and bouncy.
THEY TWINKLED LIKE JEWELSPHILIP JOS FARMER
There she was, five foot eleven of big, bouncy, blonde smorgasbord.
INSIDE JOHN BARTHWILLIAM W. STUART

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obnubilateverb (used with object) | [ob-noo-buh-leyt, -nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION