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Noun
Exuberant self-confidence
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“But there was no bounce and cheerfulness in her voice like there used to be.”
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An act of jumping or of moving up and down jerkily
“She felt some of the strength fade away from her legs, the bounce she tried to inject into her knees feeling slow and sluggish.”
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A rebound of a ball or other object
“She completely misjudged the bounce of a high ball with the court apparently at her mercy.”
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The state of being vivacious
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An abrupt rough or violent movement
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A hopping movement
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The action of forcing someone to leave an organization
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A strong rhythm in popular music
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Request to leave
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Forcible eviction
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Dismissal from employment
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The dismissing or refusing of a proposal, idea, etc
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An increase in quantity, size, or degree
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To rebound off something wildly and seemingly randomly
“I kicked my soccer ball into the air and started to bounce it up and down on the heel of my foot.”
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To discharge from a job or position
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Jump repeatedly up and down, typically on something springy
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“As I bounce happily, I imagine that I am really riding my very own horse through the fields looking for the bad guys.”
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To expel or send away, especially permanently
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To put forward for consideration
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To suffocate a person's space as if to coerce them to do something
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“The aim of the exercise is to bounce him into a coalition government.”
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To jerk, shake or vibrate, especially up and down
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To move (a baby or young child) up and down in a playful or affectionate way
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To turn or cause to turn aside from a course
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To create a rattling sound by shaking or striking
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(euphemistic) To have intimate relations with someone
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Flutter, move rapidly
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To prohibit or interdict the participation or inclusion of
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Go or move in an exaggeratedly impatient or angry manner
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Used to express a wish to follow a particular course of action
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Supersede and replace
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To protrude or extend outwardly
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