- n. One who flounces.
- flounce + -er (Wiktionary)
“Flouncing is much better when the flouncer doesn't come back to see if it had any effect.”
“But from my cranky crone POV, she gets marked down as "possible flouncer", because that's what I call that kind of behavior.”
“ICE SACRED: Professional figure skater/flouncer Johnny Weir insists few things are too sacred to discuss in his life.”
“I'm beginning to think you're a bit of a flouncer.”
“Turns out it's a flouncer whose feathers always got ruffled by my aesthetic views.”
“But alas she would very soon have tired of looking after an flaccid flouncer like me and thus downdinged my ding-dong.”
Looking for tweets for flouncer.