Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Capable of being bounced, as a ball.
  • Inclined to bounce, or lie.

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  • adjective Able to be bounced

Etymologies

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bounce +‎ -able

Examples

  • I heard that Mr. Sharp's wig didn't fit him; and that he needn't be so 'bounceable' - somebody else said

    David Copperfield

  • I heard that Mr. Sharp's wig didn't fit him; and that he needn't be so 'bounceable'-somebody else said' bumptious'-about it, because his own red hair was very plainly to be seen behind.

    David Copperfield

  • I heard that Mr. Sharp's wig didn't fit him; and that he needn't be so 'bounceable' - somebody else said

    David Copperfield

  • I think I must have seemed rather conceited and "bounceable," for I have a vivid remembrance of a _Fortnightly_ dinner at the Star and

    The Idler Magazine, Vol III. May 1893 An Illustrated Monthly

  • Miss Jones had been an extension of that fantasy; the round, full ass, bounceable titties and smooth, flat stomach, and now the desire could go to another level.

    Come Get Some

  • Miss Jones had been an extension of that fantasy; the round, full ass, bounceable titties and smooth, flat stomach, and now the desire could go to another level.

    Come Get Some

  • Miss Jones had been an extension of that fantasy; the round, full ass, bounceable titties and smooth, flat stomach, and now the desire could go to another level.

    Come Get Some

  • The professor was hoisted up on deck, and when they had all changed their clothes, and the great shark-killer had shipped two new wooden pins, he grew quite as bounceable as ever.

    Jack Harkaway and His Son's Escape from the Brigand's of Greece

  • Indians we had shut up with us -- Chunder Chow, the old black nurse, and two more -- for they grew more uppish and bounceable every day, refusing to work, until Captain Dyer had one of the men tied up to the triangles and flogged down in a great cellar or vault-place that there was under the north end of the palace, so that the ladies and women shouldn't hear his cries.

    Begumbagh A Tale of the Indian Mutiny

  • "A bit cocky and bounceable at first, till you found that I wouldn't stand it, and then you were both civil."

    Blue Jackets The Log of the Teaser

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