For a time, he was content to jounce rapturously on the cushion and snap the buckle of the reins.
Harvey Cheyne's wife, she were sick back, an' we didn't want to jounce her.
Harvey Cheyne's wife, she was sick back, an' we did n't want to jounce her.
When I think of him and then of myself it gives me a good deal of a jounce.
At that werry minute Pete Maguff's bar'l o' maple syrup on my waggin' give a jounce, and went by the board over the port rail.
Mijok ran with his vast strides, holding the shield out in front so that the motion of his body would not jounce it.
After a moment's indecision he began awkwardly to jounce it, teeter it, rock it back and forth, and to pat it jerkily.
Comanche told me there's one section o' sawedged track that's liable to jounce ye a little.
The wagon began to jounce, too; so they were obliged to go slowly.
Nevertheless he gave Jack another cut that made him jounce at a fearful rate up to the back veranda.
mid-15c., of unknown origin, perhaps a blend of jump and bounce. Related: Jounced; jouncing. The noun is 1787, from the verb.