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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Compare the meagre amount of money to the cascades of cash lavished on lesser talents like Sol Campbell, who played appallingly against West Ham, then flounced out of Highbury.
Justin flounced out of the band in a diva-like strop, only to return when disgruntled bassist Frankie Poullain was dismissed.
FROM the moment Humberside's police chief David Westwood flounced out of an interview with Newsnight's Jeremy Paxman he was finished.
As sure as night follows day, KYM MARSH has flounced out of Hear'Say - is anyone surprised?
RUMOURS that Julie Goodyear threw her toys out of the pram and flounced out of Granada because Street bosses wouldn't let her character have an affair with 30-year-old jailbird Joe Carter are gaining credence.
MEG AND DENNIS: Divorced; MEG RYAN: Flounced out of the studio when our Eamonn asked for her autograph
We hear the I Hate You So Much Right Now chanteuse flounced out of a MOBO awards showcase for up-and-coming artists, after realising she wasn't up for any gongs.