bounder bounder  /ˈbaʊn dər/


  1. (n) someone who is morally reprehensible
  2. (n) someone who bounds or leaps (as in competition)



  1. In Britain the measure of a bounder can often be gauged by the number of his former lovers who have vented to the press.
  2. Unhappily obstinate, she heads for Arizona and marriage to the bounder.
  3. Newsday decided to set a trap for the bounder.


  1. 'Rush' revs up high-speed attraction - REVIEW

    Chris Hemsworth plays the English bounder James Hunt, a dashing head of blond hair whose daring-do and high-class accent turn women into mush. Watch the TRAILER.
    on September 20, 2013     Source: The Express-Times

  2. Niki Lauda, James Hunt opposites in 'Rush' movie

    Niki Lauda is an analytical Austrian with pointy teeth and no people skills. James Hunt is a dashing, charming English bounder. The Formula One thriller ''Rush'' tells of their collision in the 1976.
    on September 19, 2013     Source: ABC 7 Chicago


  1. Bill Russell called Obama a "pretty good re-bounder."
    on Feb 15, 2009 By: Bill Russell Source: The Swamp - Tribune's Washington Bureau (blog)

  2. "Soura's a pill and a bounder, Lawrence, as Plum would say," says Yajnaseni Chakraborty in Kolkata. "I'm an Indian, a woman at that, who thoroughly loves OBO and haven't missed a line since the Ashes. The office (I work for a sports...
    on Mar 13, 2006 By: Chakraborty Source:

  3. "It was designed that way. We were hoping they ignored LA for that alley-oop. We told (in-bounder) Tony dela Cruz to stay patient and wait for that play to develop," said Alaska coach Tim Cone of the crucial play.
    on Dec 16, 2009 By: Tim Cone Source: Philippine Star

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