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flouncy1

[floun-see] /ˈflaʊn si/
adjective, flouncier, flounciest.
1.
marked by flouncing movement:
an affected, flouncy walk.
Origin of flouncy1
flounce1 + -y1

flouncy2

[floun-see] /ˈflaʊn si/
adjective, flouncier, flounciest.
1.
decorated with flounces:
an elaborate flouncy blouse.
Origin
flounce2 + -y1
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  • As I held it at arm's length a faint, familiar perfume stole up from its flouncy depths.

    The Master Mummer E. Phillips Oppenheim

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