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rebounded

adjective as in returned

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Example Sentences

When confronted with failure in the past U2 has rebounded by shifting directions.

After being married to Kris Humphries for only 72 days, Kim rebounded rather quickly with Kanye.

He rebounded a bit in the next 30 seconds by explaining that he pushed for abstinence money.

In 1987, the market rebounded very quickly; in March 2009 it did as well.

Like Wall Street itself, the man who personified stock-market mania has rebounded from the financial crisis with a vengeance.

But "son" had rebounded from the impact like a rubber ball, or the best trained gymnast of his school, as he was.

She sought a rock and hurled it up against 68 the boards, ducking as it rebounded back at her.

Unfortunately and unwittingly I threw the door open with such force that it rebounded and caught my comrades on the inside.

We fired several times at one of them, but the shot rebounded from his skin.

The pliers struck the blackness and rebounded as if they had hit a rubber wall.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rebounded, such as: exchanged, reappeared, null, refunded, repaid, and repeated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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