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rebounding

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Housing investment is up, real-estate prices are rebounding everywhere, the stock market is breaking records.

While there, he won two state titles and broke the California rebounding record, which had been in place for 31 years.

But a solid U.S. jobs report sent most European indexes rebounding.

Equally obviously, no one has been more productive than the American worker, and American manufacturing is rebounding.

It was around then that Jordan seemed to develop a new rebounding attitude toward failure.

And behold our southerner rebounding from the depth of his fall, intoxicated with joy, and full of hope.

The fact flashed upon me at once; our cable had been cut; it was the spray of the breakers rebounding from the shore.

The keen edge had rung on the mighty body as on an anvil, rebounding without cutting.

Then Stannard, risking his getting hit by rebounding stones, had remained with him for some hours.

The pulse exceedingly strong, and rebounding; beating 114 to 120 strokes every minute.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rebounding, such as: buoyant, strong, supple, tough, volatile, and airy.

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

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