bouncing


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Related to bouncing: bouncing back, bouncing off the walls
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Synonyms for bouncing

lively

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Synonyms for bouncing

rebounding from an impact (or series of impacts)

vigorously healthy

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marked by lively action

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We recently went along to a Boogie Bounce training day, and we have to say, bouncing around on a mini trampoline 'rocks'.
They combined the results of their drop tests with the scan data to evaluate what caused the changes in bouncing.
Rufus Rodriguez (2nd District, Cagayan de Oro City) said House Bill 3693 seeks to protect the people and economy from the proliferation of worthless or bouncing checks.
The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is asking people to sign up for the massive jump and hopes to get one million people bouncing on the same day.
The current Guinness World Record for the most people bouncing was set in June 2010 during the Street Performance World Championships in Ireland.
The number of bouncing checks for individuals fell by 54 percent to 4,078 in Q1, 2012 and valued at SR 354 million compared to 8,779 checks in Q1, 2011 valued at SR 678 million, the report said.
So, to make an object invisible, scientists have to keep waves from bouncing off it.
Balls are everywhere, and we all have experienced bouncing them in one way or another.
Hundreds of fund-raisers will put their bouncing skills to the test as they take part in Britain's biggest space hopper road show.
ALMOST half of all UK businesses have been caught out by bouncing cheques during the past 12 months.
BOUNCING babies may grow up to be the greatest dancers, new research suggests.
And it feels more like bouncing on a trampoline than jumping on an old, springy mattress.
Thank goodness every cotton-pickin' news outlet in the United States is following which way the candidates are bouncing, because it must be more important than what they plan to do about the 44 million Americans who lack health insurance, or the record federal deficit, or the war in Iraq, or the cost of college, or our dependence on foreign oil, or the impact of global warming, and other lightweight stuff like that.
It's going to be bouncing around with an upward trend.
It seems like a crazy bouncing ball," he said, "the kind we played with as little kids.