1. To move or go in jerky, exhaggerated, bouncy motions, often out of anger.
2. To fling the body about, to flounder.
1. An act of flouncing, a flouncing movement.
2. A strip of materal pleated and attached at one ege with the other edge left loose and hanging, such as on a skirt, curtain, or slipcover.
Origin of the verb and first noun: First known use 1535-1545. Origin obscure, possibly from Norwegian, flunsa, to hurry.
Origin of the secound noun: First known use, 1665, from obsolete French frounce, to gather in folds.