jouncy

jouncy

(ˈdʒaʊnsɪ)
adj, jouncier or jounciest
marked by a jouncing movement
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Since the band's album was released in October, it has produced other big singles, the jouncy "Hip to My Heart" and the fiery "You Lie".
And though the bears, off in the distance and still asleep in the earth as if entombed, are not quite reawakened in February, these bumpings and thunderings must surely be communicating themselves to the bears' dreams, the pitched and jouncy loads of our firewood and our bang-hollering trucks drumming down through the tight skin of icy earth, the bears picking up on those sounds with the sonar of their sleeping bodies, as the enormous whales are said to be able to hear the ocean-stirred vibrations of distant drilling rigs and buzzing motorboats hundreds or thousands of miles distant, or even, perhaps, the oar of a single kayaker as the blade enters the dark water, a distant whisper spoken in a language that is a complete mystery to our own slack-bodied selves.
PLENTY of frisky fellas out there will want to get their hands on jouncy Jodie-ann Turton.
The ride was a little jouncy, but smooth enough that I wasn't in danger of impaling myself on the handlebars.
With Suriyothai, Thai nationalists are hoping to break into the realm of the civilized once and for all--although that intent is put to the test by the film's innumerable beheadings, scheming concubines, pox sores, jouncy breasts and, as The King and I's monarch might have said, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.
Shocks should be stiff, not jouncy, when you bounce on the bumpers, and be able to easily absorb the effects of a nasty road.
Imagine a tank on nordic skis: It's noisy and jouncy but warm, with big windows for spotting wildlife.