Did you mayhaps mean bounced?
- n. Plural form of bounce.
“The word bounces off him, ping-pongs weakly in my ears.”
“Brames 'origin bounces back and forth, external monologue, internal monologue, external, internal.”
“McCain bounces back and forth like the wind! charles”
“` ` They threw a lot on net and a lot of weird bounces from the boards and even from tips and stuff.”
“We've got these giant insolvent banks, so until there is better clarity for the resolution of these [financial-sector] problems, I don't see how this market does anything aside from short-term bounces," said Jay Rushin, small-cap portfolio manager at AIG SunAmerica Asset Management.”
“ Aziz, a U.S. Marine born in Morocco and fluent in Arabic, bounces up beside the Iraqi sergeant.”
“` ` As a team, as an individual, you need certain bounces like that, '' Boyle said.”
“We had bad bounces from the beginning and we just didn't get the breaks tonight.”
“I believe in bounces going your way or not going your way when you deserve to win," Islanders coach Peter Laviolette said.”
“I'm not a bottom picker, I don't buy well off oversold levels for short term bounces like we've seen the past three months.”
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