flounce

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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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To avoid looking too flouncy, try a bold digi print - pair with neutral, simple separates for a high-impact outfit.
The short, flouncy skirts and blouses worn by the ensemble have a polished effect, and instantly bring to mind a bustling city street in late-'40s Paris, with a color palette of pale pinks and rich blues.
Whether it's fab and flouncy, slim and sexy, or red and raunchy, it will always turn heads.
Summary: Lola took to the stage in a flouncy polka dot dress, to cries of "Ole guapa" and whistles from the crowd.
His wife, in a flouncy white short dress with pastel-colored appliques resembling flower blossoms, wore a thin band studded with what appeared to be roundish diamonds.
From velvet jackets to brocade fitted pants, flouncy chiffon dresses to richly embellished sherwani s, the show was an elegant affair that complimented both traditional and western aesthetics.
Coleen was dolled up in a black mini dress with a flouncy skirt and glittering fabric, and the 26-year-old dressed down in jeans, a checked shirt and trainers.
Any little girl will feel like a princess in a floaty, flouncy, fairy dress Picture: Debenhams Smart-casual is the choice for the more laid-back lad Picture: Marks & Spencer Boys will look the business in a sharp suit Picture: Marks & Spencer Retro and rustic styles are making an impact Picture: Mini A Ture A splash of colour will lift the spirits at any kid's party, main picture and left Pictures: Nordic Kids
It's goodbye to flouncy frocks and girly pink and hello to man-sized blazers, boyfriend jeans and gentleman brogues.
Pepe Mar's Flouncy Flouncy (2007) is a Sesame Street-like monster of a painting, but it pales in comparison with his meticulous paper sculptures (not shown here).
The lights go low again, and Hysterica's members are back, some now clad in the gravity-defying spandex, shoulder-padded bathing suits, some (the men) in pretty, flouncy dresses.
``Trying to create space and reduce clutter is not so easy if your taste is for flouncy curtains and four poster beds, but with glass bricks, recessedlighting, linen blinds and wooden floors, you a realready halfway there.''
Sunday night's "Welcoming Reception - A World of Rhythms" embodied the sights and sounds of a Korean percussion troupe, Spanish flamenco dancers dressed in flouncy red flowered dresses and a country clogger in overalls accompanied by fiddle and guitar.
What's more surprising is that the pretext is not a photograph of Hillary, or a photograph intended to be Hillary, or a photograph meant to have any thing to do with Hillary, but a bizarre free association concerning an imaginary Sherman character: "Doesn't the one in the slightly flouncy blue dress clutching a teddy bear resemble the newly elected senator from New York, that mistress and slave of her own image?" The next line apparently applies to Hillary, too (or why bother?): "Like the rest of Sherman's new tragicomic grotesques, she evokes Velazquez's wizened Pope Innocent engulfed in the regalia of his office, a human being imprisoned in her own idea of herself."