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
Well, remind me to never doubt my instincts, because today marks the launch of Nuest Magical Jelly Highlighter, and this indie brand is about to put itself on the map with the widest shade range yet of these addictive pots of gleaming, bouncy goo.
The music should be bouncy and energetic enough so that jumping becomes an automatic response.
Hairstylist Nai-vasha Johnson helped coax Yara's hair into full and bouncy curls, with a smattering of silver hoops on the right side of her head accessorizing tiny braids.
The correction was triggered in part by bouncy American wage-growth figures, provoking fears that higher inflation would prompt a faster pace of interest-rate rises.
Typically a round brush is the stylist favorite for a voluminous, bouncy look.
To create the soft, bouncy volume seen in the final look, the hairtylist brushed out the hair and added subtle waves with the GHD Gold 18K Pro Styler.
Yet the ride feels quite choppy; the RAV4 has Kia Soul-level bounciness, and that’s about the bounciest modern car out there.
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.
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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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