bounciness


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Noun1.bounciness - the quality of a substance that is able to reboundbounciness - the quality of a substance that is able to rebound
elasticity, snap - the tendency of a body to return to its original shape after it has been stretched or compressed; "the waistband had lost its snap"
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Aside from its roominess, the new plane's wings are designed to be flexible, adjusting to the atmospheric condition, contributing to less bounciness in any kind of weather.
A Boomerang video features the bounciness of the pair's new hairdo.
Hip-body ratio (hip width versus body height) and bounciness (derived from the distribution of vertical velocity) were equally correlated with perceived sensuality (r = 0.
India is so vast and full of culture, it's surprising that its film industry seldom goes beyond the garish bounciness of Bollywood -- but here's a superb Indian drama, made by a neophyte writer-director called Chaitanya Tamhane.
The opener, "Good Morning,'' has an old-school punk bounciness to it, a sense of manic joy that makes the whole musical rampage engaging.
LHA:Gently exfoliates to reveal a smooth and even skin tone - Ceramide Pro: Ceramide Pro are lipids essential to the skin to maintain its structure, retain moisture and regain the skin's bounciness
The latter are often associated with resonance: the unfortunate condition where the natural bounciness of part of the system matches the operating speed and so the vibration movement is far higher than would otherwise be expected.
Indie-ness personified, they seemed straight-faced and serious with their combination of old-fashioned bounciness and choir-like vocals.
While sixth-grader Kaia Ott couldn't say exactly how students discovered that the cheese bounced or why its bounciness was necessarily a bad thing, she was one of several kids who chalked it up to being over-processed and therefore lacking in flavor and nutrients.
A 50-50 blend of the latex and morning glory produced maximum bounciness, perfect for the rubber balls.