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EtymologyEdit

From bounceback +‎ -able

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bouncebackable (comparative more bouncebackable, superlative most bouncebackable)

  1. Displaying an ability to bounce back from damage or a setback.
    • 1981 March 17, “2 For 9.99”, in Gettysburg Times[1]:
      Caress Pillows by Whiting . REG. 10.00 ea. Fluffy, bouncebackable polyester pillows. Machine washable and easy to care for.
    • 2010 December 31, “Only the best bounce back from their trials”, in Irish Times:
      Of all the bouncebackable players we've experienced in past years surely Alan Quinlan deserves most credit.

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