verb (used without object), flounced, flounc·ing.
Origin of flounce1
Definition for flounce (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), flounced, flounc·ing.
Origin of flounce2
Examples from the Web for flounce
She was ready to flounce out of the room before the Queen herself, as now she was the wife of the rightful King of Paflagonia!
The points of the flounce are darned back and forth in selvedge effect; but they may be worked in button-hole stitch if preferred.The Art of Modern Lace Making|The Butterick Publishing Co.
Now mark:—Four times took I it back for the flounce; twice for the sleeves; three for the tucker—How many times in all is that?The Hunchback|James Sheridan Knowles
In its original state, it was lined with a rose-coloured lutestring, with a flounce of the same about a quarter deep.
And she gave a flounce and sat up straight in front of her mother.Five Little Peppers And How They Grew|Margaret Sidney