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  ( flounces    plural & 3rd person present)   ( flouncing    present participle)   ( flounced    past tense & past participle  )
1       verb   If you flounce somewhere, you walk there quickly with exaggerated movements, in a way that shows you are annoyed or upset.  
She flounced out of my room in a huff...      V adv/prep  
She will flounce and argue when asked to leave the room.      V  
2       n-count   A flounce is a piece of cloth that has been sewn into folds and put around the edge of something, for example a skirt, dress, tablecloth, or curtain.   (=frill)  
...a gown with a flounce round the hem.     
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      vb   bounce, fling, jerk, spring, stamp, storm, throw, toss  

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flounder, fluency, flour, flout

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