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Synonyms for jounce

a sudden jarring impact


Related Words

move up and down repeatedly


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The vehicle was jounced again prior to the recording of final readings.
Hansen writes, "And just when Anna was inquiring what the Swiss man was doing in China, he lost hold of the ropes, and with scared eyes fell backward, yelling unintelligibly as he tumbled and jounced down the rigging and smacked hard into the North Sea, where he died.
He writes on 11 August, "Here we are 30 miles from the Notch of the White Hills, having been soundly jounced over 30 miles of pine plain and gridiron bridge & steep & stony hill thro much wind & some shower [.
Coin #6: Slapstick Floggings of the Real Sublime BEATIFICA (Aria-like, entusked): I have gone to the deep of your water carousel in winter I jostled and jounced inside its tidal wave To ride it high back to th'aquarium Beside the elephant large as a church I loop the loop, I shoot the chutes I whirl in the tilt-a-whirl-a-somersault To where the girls will always have laps to fall back on In the tunnel of love and 5 cent trolley smile Wonderwheel of ten cent chaos.
We wound along a main road to the foot of the bay, turned off on a dirt street down to a mud track and jounced along to a little open space surrounded by low houses.
Tim spun the wheel hard and punched the accelerator, and we lurched and jounced across the plain--heading away from the nilgai and toward a small island of trees.
Easing her aged Land Cruiser up the path, Roper suddenly slammed the transmission into park and leapt out to inspect the undercarriage where it had jounced off a small boulder.
After the market, we jounced and swayed along at breakneck speed in our van.
We jounced over the shredded highway, careening forward for a few seconds only to grind to a near stop at potholes that could swallow the bus whole if the driver was not careful.
Early this year Lynch's pickup jounced this reporter over roads the oncoming spring was turning to muddy tracks.