Definition of 'bouncy castle'
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No bouncy castle was required. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was still in his socks after going on the bouncy castle next to the ride. The Sun (2009)But somehow that safety net became a bouncy castle. The Sun (2014)But it was meant to be a safety net and not a bouncy castle. The Sun (2013)The accident occurred when the second defendant's back was turned from the bouncy castle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Let's call it bouncy castle syndrome. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I mean, the poor chap has imploded more times than a bouncy castle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)At the childcare centre open day, Toadie is knocked unconscious while trying to stop an errant bouncy castle from blowing away. The Sun (2015)I told that my landing would be by a revolutionary new the size of a bouncy castle, but wasn't convinced. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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