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flounce (flaʊns)

v. flounce, flounced, flounc•ing,

- To leave an internet group or thread with exaggerated drama; deleting posts, notifying mods and or group users, and cross-posting on other groups to draw attention to the drama. Comes from the original use of gathering up skirts and petticoats and leaving in dramatic, impatient and exaggerated movements.
Annoyed that no one would agree with him, u/ipknightly proceeded to flounce from the thread; threatening all others with TOU reports and deleting everything that he had written on the thread.
by rockcityfire September 29, 2013
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A tourist to sub-orbital or orbital space, through commercial space flight programs.
Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson alongside their crew became the first astrotourists, while visiting sub-orbital space in July 2021
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When a member of an online community announces they are leaving, usually after a protracted disagreement with other members of the community.
"I'm gone. You all enjoy your little discussions."
by idest October 06, 2004
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Collective noun for a group of Drama teachers.
The flounce announced their arrival by striking a range of increasingly dramatic poses while singing show tunes.
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by scottishdramaqueen September 08, 2017
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An exaggerated action. Usually to let someone know you are pissed off.
She told him to go enjoy his own company as she motioned with a flounce
by OzRoller January 25, 2011
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Fluid Ounces - displayed on products as "FL OZ"
Came into existence through blatant stupidity.
Olivia: "That 2Liter bottle of coke contains 67.6 Flounces"
by Ben Stokes August 08, 2006
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v. (1) to leave a place, to head out.
as known as flouncing, flounced
Well, I enjoyed the party, but it's time for me to flounce.
by K.V.M. April 21, 2006
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