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  • adv. In a bouncy manner.

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Examples

  • Subtly, it also works as a parable for any child who has ever been scolded for being too bouncily affectionate with a pet or newborn sibling.

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  • Still, it's a scatter-shot joy and Cameron Diaz wouldn't be this bouncily sexy again until her great work in the awful Charlie's Angels flicks.

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  • Blair has all that religious stuff going on, but in other ways his self-assurance and pragmatism resembles the bouncily successful Frost.

    Tony Blair

  • If you read it aloud, you might feel yourself declaiming it too bouncily.

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  • Subtly, it also works as a parable for any child who has ever been scolded for being too bouncily affectionate with a pet or a newborn sibling.

    Children's Books

  • The group making the call is the Partnership for Observation of the Global Oceans, a mouthful bouncily acronymmed to POGO.

    Better ocean monitoring 'vital': POGO we can help.

  • We see the singer in a sports bra, jumping rope bouncily, posing sexily, and singing about rejecting a man.

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  • It may well be crap, but for God's sake, it's obviously just a cheap crack about blithely slaughtering the bouncily boyish Saviour of the Conservative Party, and not even remotely anti-semitic or even, for that matter, anti-child killer.

    Media: Crap from Martin Rowson

  • Two attractive teen girls appeared at the entrance and ran bouncily up to him.

    Stork Naked

  • Why is bread dough bouncily alive, and why does bounciness make good bread?

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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