- n someone who is morally reprehensible
- n someone who bounds or leaps (as in competition)
- Unhappily obstinate, she heads for Arizona and marriage to the bounder.
- Newsday decided to set a trap for the bounder.
- In Britain the measure of a bounder can often be gauged by the number of his former lovers who have vented to the press.
News & Articles
- '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.
Sept. 20, 2013 - The Express-Times
- 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.
Sept. 19, 2013 - ABC 7 Chicago
- Bill Russell in The Swamp - Tribune's Washington Bureau (blog)
Bill Russell called Obama a "pretty good re-bounder."
- Chakraborty in guardian.co.uk
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...
- Tim Cone in Philippine Star
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.