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He is what our English friends call a 'blooming bounder'; fast yachts, fast motor-cars, the fast set generally.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE
I say, Michael, you're in a fair way towards looking like a thorough young bounder.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
None the less, he was a bounder, a rank outsider tolerated only for his money.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Mr. Clifford used to describe him as 'a bit of a bounder—in fact, a complete outsider—but no fool.'
HYACINTHGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
If a cheap peeping instinct says "Look," and another instinct says "Oh, you bounder," which will you suppress?
THE CROW'S NESTCLARENCE DAY, JR.
That young man has too much luck—the young bounder won two races to-day; and he's as rich as Croesus.
His mate was a bit of a bounder, with one of those rakish military caps whose soft tops cock sideways or backwards.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
The bounder rattled away, spouting his bits of English and his four words of German.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
You bolt off like a frightened rabbit and make friends with the first bounder who comes along.
Our bounder thrummed on the table and hummed something, and asked the q-b if she knew the Rosencavalier.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE

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