flounce[ flouns ]SEE DEFINITION OF flounce
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOUNCE
Mrs. Judson took occasion to flounce by me in her work of clearing the table.
A lady had the flounce of her dress torn off; a man lost his hat.
How delightfully they impart to each other the pattern of a cap, or flounce, or frill!
Marjorie glanced up from the flounce she was setting to rights.
And she gave a flounce and sat up straight in front of her mother.
Their skirts, homespun, were made with what we used to call a Spanish flounce.
It was just sticking by its pin in the flounce of my brown silk, that I wore yesterday.
Evelyn had perched herself on the post of Anne's bed and was mending the flounce.
She had finished her flounce, and she rose and gave Anne the needle.
No one could detect a flaw in her character, or a fold awry in her flounce.