bouncier bouncier


  1. (adj) elastic; rebounds readily
  2. (adj) marked by lively action


  1. Lilo Stitch is lighter, bouncier, loads more fun.
  2. The selections range from the familiar dreamy theme song, I'm Getting Sentimental Over You, to the bouncier Sentimental Baby.
  3. Scottish golf is a bouncier brand, played as much on the ground as in the air, and only when the putts are rolling well does anyone look up at the sky.



  1. "In Perth last year (against India) we thought the wicket would be quicker and bouncier than it was," Hilditch said. "The likelihood is we'll play a spinner in Perth. They bowl pretty well there. The breeze suits them, particularly the...
    on Dec 8, 2008 By: Andrew Hilditch Source: The Age

  2. "The Indians don't get a lot of exposure to our bouncier surfaces, and you'd probably say Melbourne isn't one of those," Clark said. "I'm not going into the match with any expectations for a fast bowler-friendly wicket, but we'll just roll up...
    on Dec 23, 2007 By: Stuart Clark Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. Pollock said: "I'm surprised thatHarmisondidn't make the touring party, he's always a nice option to have. He's the sort of bowler that can rip through a batting lineup, especially given that the wickets out here are going to be harder and bouncier...
    on Oct 31, 2009 By: Shaun Pollock Source:

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