Examples from the Web for bounder
We can't be expected to stand a bounder like Kresney hanging round one of our ladies.Captain Desmond, V.C.|Maud Diver
Happily, there is no settled sadness in the Bounder's ghost.
The Bounder was of course the Mentor who introduced me to Bower's.
Bounder received the order with a feeling of apathetic wonder as to what new freak he was expected to countenance and aid.The Golden Shoemaker|J. W. Keyworth
That afternoon the Bores were going to enjoy themselves in their own way; they were going to see Mrs. Bounder.Idle Ideas in 1905|Jerome K. Jerome
British Dictionary definitions for bounder
Word Origin and History for bounder
1560s, "one who sets bounds," agent noun from bound (v.1); British English slang meaning "person of objectionable social behavior, would-be stylish person," is from 1882, perhaps from bound (v.2) on notion of one trying to "bound" into high society, but earliest usage suggests one outside the "bounds" of acceptable socializing, which would connect it with the noun.