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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"Smooth, crisp organza, wafer-thin and sheer as you like," the description for the product read on the clothing company's website, while the collection boasted, "Whatever the occasion, nail your going-out 'fit with Flounce London's collection of party pieces.
Flounce is a word meaning, in my dictionary, 'to go or move in an exaggerated or impatiently angry manner'.
In a declaration of the "National front for the salvation of Libya" (An opposition movement against Gaddafi's regime) published on Tuesday, February 17, 2010, it was written: "We are commemorating today the 4th memorandum of the February flounce which began on Friday, February 17th, in the city of Benghazi, when Citizens were demonstrating peacefully to show their disapproval with the caricatures of the prophet "Mohammed" drawn by a Danish painter and to protest against the provocative declaration of an Italian Minister toward the Prophet."
A meniscal flounce is a single S-shaped wave or fold in the free edge of the meniscus that is considered to be a normal variant.
Once I figure out the arms thing, I plan to plant something leafy and fluffy-ish at the base of the tree, to mimic flounce on the hem of a gown.
On the outright market, weedy Glyn and princess of flounce Nikki have been well supported behind solid 4-6 favourite Pete.
Step two: Flounce into Chelsea and go on a charm offensive.
Through it all (and for reasons known only to the director and perhaps the criminally insane), inmates prance and flounce across the screen in gauzy dresses and picture hats.
But Mrs Leadsom saw the funny side, showing off her 'flounce' as MPs laughed from the benches.
"I have been practising my flounce, I'm not sure I have perfected it yet" - Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom jokingly demonstrates her flouncing "skills" in the House.
"I have been practising my flounce, I'm not sure I have perfected it yet"- Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom jokingly demonstrates her flouncing "skills" in the House.
A responsible driver makes a genuine mistake and is hauled over the coals, while maniacs deliberately flounce the law and get away with it on a daily basis.