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- adj. comparative form of flouncy: more flouncy
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To me the original was just a wee bit "flouncier" if that is an adequate description:) There was, from what I remember, a rosier, muskier and just bit of powder) element to the original Norell that does not seem to be there anymore.
She was being helped by a yawning Sophronie in a new housecoat, shinier and flouncier than the old had been.
That can be something of a conflict for fans that want usually see somewhat older, bouncier and flouncier girls running about.
The highlights of my fourth-grade year were conquering the 6 times table (no hope for the 7s, ever), square dancing at the PTA harvest festival (My skirt was much flouncier than my arch rival's and everybody knew it!) and, of course, getting it over with so I could get my pony.