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b. A sudden bound or upward movement: The bike went over the rock with a bounce.
to move along in a lively manner, repeatedly striking the surface below and rebounding: The box bounced down the stairs. to move about or enter or leave noisily or angrily (followed by around, about, out, out of, into, etc.): He bounced out of the room in a huff.
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See, I'd get hot and hotter, plase your honour, till I'd bounce! The tone in which this was spoken was harsh and stentorian, and almost made me bounce.
A bounce message or just "bounce" is an automated message from a mail system, informing the sender of a previous message that that message had not been delivered (or some other delivery problem occurred). The original message is said to have "bounced". More formal terms for bounce message include "Non-Delivery Report" or "Non-Delivery Receipt" (NDR), [Failed] "Delivery Status Notification ...