Examples of bouncer in a Sentence
The batter hit a bouncer to the shortstop.
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The brainchild of entrepreneur Dimitris Christoforidis—a former bouncer at Studio 54, whose pioneering organic restaurant, Nice-n-Easy, is an Athens go-to—and his chef Christos Athanasiadis, SantAnna has the largest beachfront pool in all of Europe.
With two outs, Justin Bour sent a bouncer up the middle to Span for a single, Martin Prado a soft liner to the same spot and J.T. Realmuto a harder liner to load the bases.
Brown hit a bouncer to second baseman Frank White (Royals), who stepped on the bag and threw to first for a double play.
And then the bouncer beckoned again, and my daughter entered the club, disappearing into darkness filled with noise.
I got shown to the door at Tipitina's nightclub Sunday night (June 26) by a bouncer.
Lefty Tony Watson came on to face pinch-hitter Eric Thames, whose long bouncer up the middle scored Broxton to close the gap to one run.
Outlook: Department of Conservation reports: Walleyes fair on jigs tipped with nightcrawlers and on bottom bouncers with nightcrawlers; crappies fair trolling crankbaits; black bass fair on spinnerbaits and soft plastics in the brush.
In the two-run fifth, Brown slapped a bouncer over the head of second baseman Sophia Delgado.
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First Known Use of bouncer
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Definition of bouncer for English Language Learners
: 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
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