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Synonyms for bounder

someone who is morally reprehensible

someone who bounds or leaps (as in competition)


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Blackhill Bounders once again are to be congratulated on hosting a well-organised off-road event with the National Trust benefiting financially from their input.
Sutcliffe He was absolutely brilliant at portraying the most disreputable members of the upper classes, especially cads, toffs and bounders.
Division Two: Bowmen 264, Doorknockers 265; Taffs Well Rugby Club 292, Fortyniners 287; Aneurin Labour B 235, Aber Hotel 234; Caerphilly Allsorts 303, Bisons 283; Watford Spratts 315, Bounders 236.
Peshawar -- The governments of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Gilgit Baltistan have agreed for demarcation of bounders between the adjunct areas of both the provinces.
Johnny Welch hit a two-out, two-run homer in the first inning to give Worcester a 2-0 lead, but the Bounders came back with two runs in the bottom half.
uk for all the generations of Outward Bounders to share their stories.
We want to place the different generations of Outward Bounders in the same "room"online and give them the chance to share their stories.
The charity, which has been helping young people for 68 years, wants to hear from veterans who can talk about their adventures in the wild to the younger generation of Outward Bounders, and keep the charity alive.
It seems some bounders have been noising up the public school blazers.
Wizard prangs and pieces of cake went out with the Second World War, along with spivs and twerps, just as bounders, cads and toffs had gone previously.
Firth and Everett are at their dashing, swaggering best, but neither are stretched by their roles as fibbing bounders.
Nick and JJ might have been a right pair of big-headed outward bounders.
Most members of this family are bounders, leaving a track pattern that shows the right and left front and rear prints side by side.
WHEN cads and bounders threaten good old Blighty, only Dick Barton can save the day.
Jackson's demand (``Scouts should not play role of bounders,'' Opinion, May 5) that the government should clamp down on religious groups that support the Boy Scouts