- n a sudden jarring impact
- v move up and down repeatedly
- He trotted for miles over the Essex countryside following farm horses, watching the jounce and ripple of muscle, the play of light on sweaty hide.
- Other economists point out that even the most reliable indicators jounce around so much from month to month that it is usually hard to tell whether an upsurge means the end of a .
- Inches below, the well-worn tires jounce over a foreign road.