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  • bouncily — bouncy ► ADJECTIVE (bouncier, bounciest) 1) able to bounce or making something bounce well. 2) confident and lively. DERIVATIVES bouncily adverb bounciness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • bouncily — adverb see bouncy …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bouncily — See bouncy. * * * …   Universalium

  • bouncily — adverb In a bouncy manner …   Wiktionary

  • bouncily — bounc·i·ly …   English syllables

  • bouncily — sə̇lē, li adverb Etymology: bouncy + ly : with verve : jauntily, springily …   Useful english dictionary

  • bouncy — bouncily, adv. /bown see/, adj., bouncier, bounciest. 1. tending characteristically to bounce or bounce well: An old tennis ball is not as bouncy as a new one. 2. resilient: a thick carpet that is bouncy underfoot. 3. animated; lively: a bouncy… …   Universalium

  • bouncy — adjective (bouncier; est) Date: 1921 1. buoyant, exuberant 2. resilient 3. marked by or producing bounces • bouncily adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Navarth — Navarth, generally referred to as the mad poet , is a character in The Palace of Love (pub. 1967), the third of the Demon Princes novels by Jack Vance, though his writings are occasionally referred to in other, unrelated novels by Vance (e.g.… …   Wikipedia

  • bouncy — bounc|y [ˈbaunsi] adj 1.) a bouncy ball etc quickly moves away from a surface after it has hit it 2.) a bouncy surface is made of a substance that makes people move up and down when they are on it ▪ The new bed is nice and bouncy. 3.) someone who …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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