to move joltingly or roughly up and down; bounce.
a jouncing movement.
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How to use jounce in a sentence
This time the carts did not move single file, but jounced over the prairie in any order their drivers saw fit.South from Hudson Bay | E. C. [Ethel Claire] Brill
Tins—of corned beef, lentils, sardines—bounced on the floor of the wagon until they jounced over the side into the road.Ethel Morton at Chautauqua | Mabell S. C. Smith
"I jounced up and down on him to keep him quiet when he turned ugly," he remarked to me parenthetically.Theodore Roosevelt | Theodore Roosevelt
Each was rushing along at a lively rate of speed, and those aboard had to hold on tightly for fear of being jounced off.The Bobbsey Twins | Laura Lee Hope
A moment later and the cab jounced over a loose paving-block, almost unseating M'riar from her place on the rear springs.The Old Flute-Player | Edward Marshall and Charles T. Dazey
British Dictionary definitions for jounce
to shake or jolt or cause to shake or jolt; bounce
a jolting movement; shake; bump
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