Examples of bouncy in a Sentence
unsurprisingly, the bouncy talk show hostess was a cheerleader in high school
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An acclaimed San Francisco illustrator has created muted, retro art to ground the bouncy verse that grows in urgency until the big day finally arrives.
There was applause when Jeter strolled in to bouncy jazz playing on a pleasant evening with the outfield windows open.
Michael Horsley produces a bold sound from the pit orchestra while striking a nice balance between lush romance and bright, bouncy cheer.
And unlike the Dame 4, the Crazy Explosive has a full Adidas Boost sole that makes them some of the bounciest basketball sneakers on the market.
The rice cakes were bouncy cylinders the exact size and shape of your pinkie finger with the density and spring of tapioca boba.
After 30 minutes or so, my hair looks bouncy and lively again.
So when the show finally ended, and the crowd saw the rainbow crest of a bouncy castle beckon from the empty lot across the street, a stampede broke out.
With a free shuttle going between all four locations throughout the day, there will be three bouncy houses and lots of fun activities for the kids.
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First Known Use of bouncy
Synonymselastic, flexible, resilient, rubberlike, rubbery, springy, stretch, stretchable, stretchy, supple, whippy
Antonymsinelastic, inflexible, nonelastic, rigid, stiff
Related Wordsadaptable, ductile, kneadable, malleable, moldable, plastic, pliable, pliant; limber, lissome (also lissom), lithe, lithesome, willowy
Near Antonymscompact, firm, hard, solid, unyielding; brittle, crisp, crumbly, flaky (also flakey), friable, short
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