Mitt must wait to get a bounce, Newt says Wednesday he'll announce.
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In contrast, word that Ebola might be sexually transmitted would likely bounce very differently.
If the economy does not bounce back, Obama will have to consider a change.
He is slipping in my arms, so I bounce him up once to get a better grip around his bottom.
Then tell me, w'at for they bounce' our Fidle, and let Carron got 'is place?
The tone in which this was spoken was harsh and stentorian, and almost made me bounce.
Having settled the plan of his future proceedings, bounce did not waste more time in thought or speech.
"bounce our bombs right into the open end of the hangar," Stan said, grinning.
I always temporized until I heard the tree falling, then off he would dash, and bounce into its top to yelp and explore.
early 13c., bounsen "to thump, hit," perhaps from Dutch bonzen "to beat, thump," or Low German bunsen, or imitative; sense probably influenced by bound (v.). Sense of "to bounce like a ball" is from 1510s; the rubber check sense is from 1927. Related: Bounced; bouncing.
1520s, "a heavy blow," also "a leap, a rebound" from bounce (v.). In reference to politicians and public opinion polls, by 1996, American English.