- v. Simple past tense and past participle of flounce.
“Eiffel Tower, and so on, there isn't much to do on PEI except visit the gorgeous pink-sand beaches, drive around, and gawp at the busloads of giggling young Japanese women in flounced petticoats and calico who are Anne of”
“It was green with pink posies on it, too, and it was flounced from the waist to the hem.”
“And to say that David Davis 'flounced' out is silly.”
“Because Prince appeared on the "American Idol" finale, but as Ryan Seacrest was coming over to encounter him, he turned his back and walked off, kind of flounced off -- he did this shoulder-y thing -- in a way that seemed to say I don't want your cooties.”
“Before I could say anything, the bushes parted and a cow flounced out.”
“Consuelo Castiglione, the name behind the Marni label, also made heavy use of solid shades, combining different colors in the same outfit -- for example, a yellow top over a blue flounced skirt.”
“Quincy would have to be blind not to see how radiant Holly looked in the black skirt that flounced around her knees.”
“This week, Cain has been entertaining himself (and us) by getting out his toolbox and re-enacting the torture scene from Reservoir Dogs, keeping his victim bound and gagged in a barn (where else?) "This takes the flaming biscuit!" flounced Charity, his kissing cousin.”
“The boot of the girl immediately in front of Bella had had a fancy silver buckle, the kind of thing a girl would have been proud of, the kind of thing she would have gone around showing off, making sure her skirt flounced up to display it as much as possible.”
“An older woman flounced into the room, hands on her hips.”
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