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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Where was the TV gold of yore going to come from - the unitard-wearing George Galoway licking imaginary milk from Rula Lenska's cupped hands, or pocket rocket pop star Leo Sayer flouncing out of the BB house over the lack of underwear washing facilities and yelling, "Get your hands off me, you b***ds" at the perimiter security guards.
Cue a plunge into depression and a flouncing out of the Twitter community.
PHONE lines between Buckingham Palace and the BBC are said to have been red-hot when the Beeb put out a trailer for a forthcoming programme appearing to show the Queen flouncing out of a session with American photographer Annie Leibovitz.
"I don't do autographs," she said stonily, before flouncing out of the studio.