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Synonyms for flounce

Synonyms for flounce

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

Synonyms for flounce

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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Trainer Willie Haggas has enjoyed a fine start to the season with a couple of big-race successes and Flouncing ought to add to his tally.
Instead of flouncing out on Miss Leibowicz she was her usual unfailingly polite self.
Perhaps the bashful baker is being punished by GBBO bosses for flouncing off to the States - and forgetting what side his bread was buttered.
On the other, he has drug advisers flouncing off as though this was a performance of Rigoletto and the tenor has been slighted by the mezzo soprano.
Cue a plunge into depression and a flouncing out of the Twitter community.
KISS OFF: Sharon gives host Dermot a peck on the cheek before flouncing out; BUST-UP: X Factor judges Sharon Osbourne and Dannii Minogue; KEN MCKAY/REX FEATURES / WENN/NEWSPICS
Vibrant Brazilian florals will be positively flouncing around the place with the dress a key item.
Her ever cheerful pursuit of a singing career in the face of that most savage of misfortunes - she can't sing - is enough to put those flouncing Pop Idol rejects to eternal shame.
And Mel Gibson evaded some hit men by flouncing about as a flamboyant hairdresser in the 1990 turkey Bird on a Wire.
35-BEA MENACE NEWSBOY'S DOUBLE: FLOUNCING and KICKAHEAD (3.
Instead of flouncing out on Miss Leibovitz she was her usual unfailingly polite self.
I don't do autographs," she said stonily, before flouncing out of the studio.
It used to amaze me that [gay] singer-front man Freddie Mercury could come flouncing to the front of the stage and address all the hard young boys in the crowd as "my little bathing beauties" and get away with it
Clockwatchers'' observes this world through the eyes of Iris (Toni Collette), a shy newcomer to Global Credit who, during her first day on the job, is befriended by the flouncing, rebellious Margaret (Parker Posey), a peripatetic temp who has thought up a hundred little ways to sabotage the companies she works for.
She smeared herself in chocolate for the cover of her great new album Fresh - out tomorrow - and now Gina G can be seen flouncing around in nothing more than her underwear as the new Gossard girl.