flounce out

flounce out (of some place)

to bounce or bound out of some place. She turned up her nose and flounced out of the shop. She flounced out in anger.
See also: flounce, out
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Teacher Judith Cookson said: "Too many anger management people give kids the idea it is their right to flounce out of lessons because they have problems with their temper.
Supply teacher Judith Cookson told the TES: "There are too many anger management people and their ilk who give children the idea that it is their right to flounce out of lessons for time out because they have problems with their temper.
ELTON'S threatening to flounce out of his own Hen night tonight if any gatecrashers get in.