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  • adv. With a bouncing motion.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. With a bounce.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Boastingly. Barrow, Pope's Supremacy.


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bouncing +‎ -ly


  • All this is in a well-paced, smartly plotted, bouncingly written package.

    Cover to Cover

  • For all I know, she's always bouncingly nervous on air.

    CNBC's Burnett Atones for Toxic Toy Remarks, Almost

  • She turned her head back on her long neck, lowing to the rest, and walked very slowly, and bouncingly.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • It came from the woods to the west, and simultaneously an object arched out of the trees, struck the ground and rolled bouncingly towards the rocks - a severed human head, the hideously painted face frozen in a snarl of death.

    The Conan Chronicles

  • And the echo of her lilting croon came back, bouncingly, to reassure her that this installation was not large and was set in natural stone caverns.

    the ship who sang

  • There were others, of course, louder and more bouncingly helpful, but it was Jo's cool face, tidy brushed-back hair, thin body, and speechless grace which provided the secretive prettiness I needed.

    Cider With Rosie

  • Mrs. Dowling's spirits had strikingly recovered even before the pair passed from the corridor: she moved almost bouncingly beside her embittered son, and her eyes and all the convolutions of her abundant face were blithe.

    Alice Adams

  • Bourbon, and bouncingly ready to "go out and have a time," Milt loafed about the streets with him, showing him the city.

    Free Air

  • Yet something seemed to denote that she was not quite so comfortably circumstanced, nor so bouncingly attired, as she had been during Cartlett's lifetime.

    Jude the Obscure

  • I mean no disrespect to you, madam, "-- this, as the lady suddenly put down her veil, thrust her note-book in her pocket, and rose somewhat bouncingly from her chair --" I am only sorry you should find such an occupation as that of the 'interviewer' open to you.



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