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Synonyms for rebound

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to spring back after colliding with something

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to jerk backward, as a gun upon firing

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to send back the sound of

an act of bouncing or a bouncing movement

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a reaction to a crisis or setback or frustration

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the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot

return to a former condition

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These comparisons should inform your players on where to go to increase their chances of rebounding the missed shots.
In addition, a rebounding of lead levels was seen in blood but not brain after cessation of each chelation regimen.
Teaching the basic footwork of rebounding, and the inevitability of contact, gives coaches a lot to work with in building their defensive framework.
But Howland, a defense and rebounding coach first, second and third, thought the Bruins could take a hit (gasp) in rebounding.
ANAHEIM - Broken down strictly to minutes, no other UCLA player matches the rebounding production of sophomore power forward Matt McKinney.
19 Aggies - the first ranked team to play at the Northridge Gym in CSUN history - won in typical fashion with defense and rebounding.
Dijon Thompson is UCLA's leading scorer, but his defense and rebounding are not up to first-year coach Ben Howland's standards.
The Bruins' leading scorer and most consistent outside shooter the past five weeks wants to help the Bruins cure their rebounding woes.
USC coach Henry Bibby said he was unhappy with his team's rebounding against Cal State Northridge, particularly forward Rory O'Neil, who had one.
I think she is someone who helps us in so many ways, with her rebounding, how she runs the floor on offense and her defense.