Definition of bouncy in English:

bouncy

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Pronunciation: /ˈbaʊnsi
 
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adjective (bouncier, bounciest)

Derivatives

bouncily

adverb
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  • Their production is bouncily performed, and contains several strong moments.
  • Martins's Burleske, set to Richard Strauss's bouncily Romantic early work Burleske in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, almost seemed like a Valentine Day's gift to his wife, one of the lead dancers.
  • Price's staging brings it all bouncily together.

bounciness

noun
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  • Instead, she was all jolliness and bounciness and big smiles.
  • I'd flip through it, letting my eyes enjoy the bounciness and chic of it.
  • To be stamped ‘official’ in accordance with the International Tennis Federation, a ball must meet rigid specifications for deformation and bounciness.

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