Origin of bounceback
How to use bounceback in a sentence
Ojile likens it to chronic sleep deprivation: An occasional all-nighter is rough, but you bounce back.Can Changing Time Zones Affect Your Health?|DailyBurn|June 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It meant more to our father to see us deal with a setback and try to bounce back than to watch how we handled our successes.‘Calamity Jill’ Rises Again: Fired New York Times Editor Returns to the Public Stage|Lloyd Grove|May 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But if you throw it against the hard wall of ultimate reality, it will bounce back and be very lively.Mel Brooks Is Always Funny and Often Wise in This 1975 Playboy Interview|Alex Belth|February 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You want to: Bounce back from a hangover Veggie Rx: Kale This trendy green is popular for good reason.6 Healthy Foods to Fight the Flu, Beat Stress and More|DailyBurn|February 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To ask these questions is to begin to bounce back from politically induced despair.Dear Frank Luntz: Here’s How to Be Happy Again|James Poulos|January 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As soon as they strike the object you are looking at, they reflect (bounce back) from it to your eyes.
You'd just hit the earth and then bounce back again, but there's no use of talking about that, because it never happened but once.Andiron Tales|John Kendrick Bangs
More marbles would hit against the wood and bounce back than ever went through the little holes.Half-Past Seven Stories|Robert Gordon Anderson
Air waves do the same thing; when they strike against a flat surface, they bounce back like a rubber ball.
But sometimes they hit a stone, sir, and bounce back a terrible distance!Mr. Punch's Golf Stories|Various
British Dictionary definitions for bounceback
Other Idioms and Phrases with bounceback
Recover quickly, as in She had pneumonia, but she bounced back in less than a week. This expression is a metaphor for the rebound of a ball or some elastic material.