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English definition of “flounce”

flounce

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk   /flaʊns/ us  
to walk with large, noticeable movements, especially to attract attention or show that you are angry: "Right, don't expect any help from me in future!" he said and flounced out of the room.Moving firmly on foot

flounce

noun [C] uk   /flaʊns/ us  
a wide strip of cloth sewn along the edge of especially a dress or skirt for decorationDecorations added to clothes
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