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Sentence count:165+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-18Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: bouncinessbouncingboundjounceleapleapingreboundrecoilresilereverberatericochetsaltationspringtake a hopSimilar words: announceannouncementabound inboundarycounciluncertainuncertaintyround and roundMeaning: [baʊns]  n. 1. the quality of a substance that is able to rebound 2. a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards 3. rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts). v. 1. spring back; spring away from an impact 2. hit something so that it bounces 3. move up and down repeatedly 4. come back after being refused 5. leap suddenly 6. refuse to accept and send back 7. eject from the premises. 
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1, Short sound waves bounce off even small objects.
2, The volleyball gave a high bounce.
3, The harder you fall, the higher you bounce.
4, Bounce the ball and try and hit it over the net.
5, She's got a lot of bounce.
6, Can I bounce a couple of ideas off you?
7, Sound waves bounce off objects in their path.
8, It's useful to have someone to bounce ideas off.
9, I hope this cheque doesn't bounce.
10, Don't bounce on the bed you'll break the springs!
11, The ball had completely lost its bounce.
12, She has a lot of bounce.
13, There's not much bounce left in these balls.
14, Try to catch the ball on the second bounce.
15, They watched the dodgem cars bang and bounce.
16, The ball has plenty of bounce.
17, Let's bounce a few ideas around.
18, All her old bounce was back.
19, It was good to bounce ideas off another mind.
20, The ball gave a high bounce.
21, We were able to share problems and bounce ideas off each other.
22, Children often seem to bounce back from illness more quickly than adults do.
23, The cheque will bounce if your salary doesn't reach your account today.
24, He is young enough to bounce back from this disappointment.
25, The song's so catchy it makes you bounce round the living room or tap your feet.
26, There was a bounce to his step which I hadn't seen before.
27, His body lacks the bounce and vigour of a normal two-year-old.
28, Whatever decision the president makes,[http://sentencedict.com/bounce.html] it will bounce back on the future of the country.
29, Players complained about the uneven bounce of the tennis court.
30, Tell the children not to bounce up and down on the bed.
More similar words: announceannouncementabound inboundarycounciluncertainuncertaintyround and roundaboutrub outget aboutgo aboutknow aboutcome aboutset aboutcare aboutpunchbunchunclejust aboutforget aboutlaunchbring aboutunclearuncoverfunctioninquire aboutcomplain abouttruncatedand function
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