Examples of bouncy in a Sentence
unsurprisingly, the bouncy talk show hostess was a cheerleader in high school
Recent Examples of bouncy from the Web
The cut looks fresh and modern, and her hair looks bouncy and full.
Depending on their color, these bouncy pools will send Sonic bouncing a certain distance above.
With the track's construction, the Dutch DJ takes on a Mr. Hyde persona, flipping between light, bouncy moods and darker percussions.
There were huge outfield gaps, the mile-high altitude and the mental stigma of trying to pitch inside your kid’s bouncy house.
After a sharp, bouncy move past Blazers defender Mo Harkless, Durant sharply pulled up and buried a 20-foot jumper.
But art alters as times change, and this show now seems less bouncy, more hollow and more queasy than intended.
A tranquilizer dart with a bright flight—the fanned end that helps stabilize the dart—will be especially enticing to a lion, like a bouncy cat toy.
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First Known Use of bouncy
BOUNCY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bouncy for English Language Learners
: able to bounce well
: lively, cheerful, and full of energy
: quickly returning to a full, rounded shape after being made flat
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