flounce into (some place)

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flounce into (some place)

To move into some place or thing in a bouncy or spasmodic manner. That girl flounced into the bar like she owned the place—typical of someone who's underage.
See also: flounce
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Here, she threw her bonnet from her altogether, and flounced into a chair.
Hardly, however, had the old lady begun about her " highly gratified feelings," and so on, when Nastasia left her, and flounced into a chair by Gania's side in the corner by the window, and cried: "Where's your study?