|Origin:||frounce 'fold, plait' (14-19 centuries) (influenced by FLOUNCE1), from Old French fronce|
a band of cloth that is stitched onto a curtain or a piece of clothing in folds as a decoration:
a group of local girls dressed in frills and flounces
a way of walking in a quick determined way without looking at people, because you are angry:
She walked off with a flounce.