Synonyms of bounce in English:

bounce


See definition of bounce

verb

1‘the ball hit the ground and bounced’

SYNONYMS

rebound, spring back, bob, recoil, ricochet, jounce

North American carom

rare resile

2‘William bounced down the stairs grinning’

SYNONYMS

bound, leap, jump, spring, bob, hop, skip, trip, gambol, dance, prance, romp, caper, cavort, frisk, frolic, sport


noun

1‘he caught the ball after a single bounce’

SYNONYMS

rebound, reflection, ricochet

2‘the pitch's uneven bounce deceived the batsman’

SYNONYMS

springiness, spring

resilience, elasticity, give, rebound, recoil

3‘she had lost a good deal of her bloom and bounce’

SYNONYMS

vitality, vigour, energy, vivacity, liveliness, life, animation, sparkle, effervescence, exuberance, verve, spiritedness, spirit, enthusiasm, dynamism, fire, ardour, zeal, push, drive

cheerfulness, cheeriness, happiness, joy, buoyancy, optimism, high spirits, light-heartedness, merriment, jollity, ebullience

informal go, get-up-and-go, pep, oomph, pizzazz, zing, zip, fizz, feistiness


Phrases

    bounce back

      ‘they haven't knocked out our spirit and we will bounce back’

      SYNONYMS

      recover, revive, rally, make a comeback, take a turn for the better, pick up, be on the mend, be on the road to recovery

      perk up, cheer up, brighten up, become livelier, take heart, be heartened, liven up, take on a new lease of life

      informal

      buck up