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bouncer

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noun bounc·er \ˈbau̇n(t)-sər\

Simple Definition of bouncer

  • : a person whose job is to force anyone who causes a problem in a bar, nightclub, etc., to leave that place

  • : a ball that bounces on the ground

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of bouncer

  1. :  one that bounces: as a :  one employed to restrain or eject disorderly persons b :  a bouncing ground ball

Examples of bouncer in a sentence

  1. The batter hit a bouncer to the shortstop.



1865

First Known Use of bouncer

1865


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