flounce out of (some place)

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flounce out of (some place)

To move out of some place or thing in a bouncy or spasmodic manner. Jenna's annoyance was evident by how she flounced out of the place.
See also: flounce, of, out
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The MP said: "In all my time here I have never seen a Leader of the House act with such disrespect and then flounce out of the chamber, and her officials follow out in that way, showing their dislike for something an MP had just said."
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.