adjective, bounc·i·er, bounc·i·est.
- bouncing bet,
- bouncy castle,
- bound and determined to,
- bound for,
- bound form
Origin of bouncy
Examples from the Web for bouncy
Her gorgeous legs seemingly reaching up to the sky, Swift performed her new single, “Shake It Off,” with a bouncy, poppy energy.
Tasha Blank played fast and bouncy house beats with heart-shaped balloons tied to the DJ booth.The Drug-Free Breakfast Rave Is New York’s Latest Exercise Trend|Jessica Burdon|May 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
After the race the Duke and Duchess had a thrilling, bouncy ride across the harbour in an amphibious vehicle.
Grab a broomstick, spray paint that gray, and attach it to the bouncy ball.Miley Cyrus, Walter White, Oprah: Your Pop Culture Halloween Costume Guide|Kevin Fallon|October 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Tempted by the second helping of cake, the only-marginally-reduced Jimmy Choos, or the bouncy intern who really “gets” you?
The little sisters—all bouncy blond curls and silly with laughter—their reaction to everything was excitement.Step IV|Rosel George Brown
But there she was, no longer flat-walking and coughing and thin and wax-skinned, but golden-brown and curvy and bouncy.They Twinkled Like Jewels|Philip Jos Farmer
The women are self-conscious in a rather smirky way, bouncy.Sea and Sardinia|D. H. Lawrence
There she was, five foot eleven of big, bouncy, blonde smorgasbord.Inside John Barth|William W. Stuart
There were jingles with an insistent, bouncy rhythm, about soft drinks he had never tasted.The Tunnel Under The World|Frederik Pohl