flounce [flouns] verb, flounced, flounc·ing, noun;
verb (used without object)
to go with impatient or impetuous, exaggerated movements: The star flounced out of the studio in a rage.
to throw the body about spasmodically; flounder.
an act or instance of flouncing; a flouncing movement.
For some reason I imagine her dancing to this.
Finally, Words of Interest is an OFFICIAL COMIC! Let learn some words and make some jokes. :]
Barkeep: I've noticed you've had a keen eye on that fair lady over there.
Whale: I have not.
Barkeep: Of course you have, even a gentleman as yourself can't deny the allure of a creature such as her!
She does have a way to flounce her blubbler quite suggestively doesn't she?
Barkeep: That she does, sir, that she does.