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To move in an exaggerated, bouncy manner
: To flounder; to make spastic motions
A strip of decorative material, usually pleated, attached along one edge; a ruffle
The act of flouncing
{v} to plunge, kick, roll, deck with flounces
{n} a loose trimming on women's apparel
To throw the limbs and body one way and the other; to spring, turn, or twist with sudden effort or violence; to struggle, as a horse in mire; to flounder; to throw one's self with a jerk or spasm, often as in displeasure
the act of walking with exaggerated jerky motions walk emphatically
To flounder; to make spastic motions
A flounce is a piece of cloth that has been sewn into folds and put around the edge of something, for example a skirt, dress, tablecloth, or curtain. a gown with a flounce round the hem. = frill. To trim with a strip or strips of gathered or pleated material. to walk in a quick determined way without looking at people because you are angry (Probably from a language)
The act of floucing; a sudden, jerking motion of the body
{i} decorative gather, ruffle (on fabric); irritated movement
a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim
To deck with a flounce or flounces; as, to flounce a petticoat or a frock
walk emphatically
{f} move in an irritated manner; decorate with a ruffle
If you flounce somewhere, you walk there quickly with exaggerated movements, in a way that shows you are annoyed or upset. She flounced out of my room in a huff She will flounce and argue when asked to leave the room
the act of walking with exaggerated jerky motions
An ornamental appendage to the skirt of a woman's dress, consisting of a strip gathered and sewed on by its upper edge around the skirt, and left hanging
past of flounce
{s} decorated with a ruffle
decorated with flounces
third-person singular of flounce
present participle of flounce
gathered and pleated