flounce


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to walk with exaggerated or unnatural motions expressive of self-importance or self-display

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a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim

the act of walking with exaggerated jerky motions

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walk emphatically

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Fascinated by the Tunisian and the Egyptian revolutions that overthrew the two tyrannical regimes in the two countries, Libyan citizens and human rights activists decided to make the 5th memorandum of Benghazi flounce as an occasion to defend their rights and liberties.
To that end, I am heading to the Springfield Farmers' Market tomorrow, hoping to get lucky in the flounce department.
HOLY SEE: With deep flounces and despite all-over spotting, this group of six albs realised pounds 264 in Bonhams
The skirt at left is the bottom of a sweater turned upside down, decked out in embroidery and a mohair flounce.
Thom's work stood out for its flounce neckline and tailored skirt inspired by Victorian suit tails.
Romantic cues, likewise, are punched into viewers' consciousness: Priscilla and Ann-Margret flounce upon the scene as long as they're necessary, then conveniently disappear.
Thomas loved the flummery and flounce of ceremony, and saw the opportunity to cement Wales' place in the United Kingdom and confirm the hegemony of the Labour Party in the face of the nationalist threat.
Italian jacket with centre back flounce pounds 195 and Italian high-waisted pencil skirt with bow at back pounds 92.
If there's one really bad spot, it's the Carmen melodrama, where unfortunate Peta Roby, adorned in a long red wig with two purple horns thrusting from it, is obliged to flounce around while two macho matador types battle for her favors to tango, rhumba and flamenco tempi, with a little Tchaikovsky thrown in.
Or to all-year-round staff at Balmoral, Windsor and Sandringham despite the Queen spending less than a month at each, to allow Edward to flounce around a 50-bedroom mansion and Charles to employ 125 flunkies?
Perhaps the point is, if dads flounce off in a huff, the dinner still gets made.
Chefs are turning their backs (with a stroppy flounce no doubt) on balsamic vinegar.
A soft smolder, a sassy flounce of red ruffle thrown over the hips, a self-deprecating humor, followed one after the other.
Manning wore a faded jeans mini with a crinoline ruffled flounce.
This black number with a daring white flounce was typical of the contemporary approach by Sergio Altieri, who designed the clothes for Cardin, now in semi-retirement.