Prepositions after "pounce"
pounce on, upon, like, with or at?
|In 85% of cases pounce on is used|
|And that is when the infuriated women pounced on him.|
|Thinking of Keown pouncing on Van Nistelrooy still riles me up.|
|In my opinion Drogba was the difference, pouncing on our indifferences.|
|If they hadn't been as disciplined or quick to pounce on our weakness, we would have won.|
|Quite often Obama looked downward at his notes as Romney pounced on the president's record.|
|Nothing wrong with that! When I hinted at such a happy-ending there were many who pounced on me.|
|I am sure if Varun Gandhi had made such a statement who media would have pounced on it and maligned him in every possible way.|
|By the time the ' yutes ' realise I'd stalling and rush to pounce on me, my prayer is usually answered and I ' swips ' right past them.|
|So here I come from across the room with a fly swatter and/or tissue in hand, ready to pounce on the little house invader, only to find.|
|The community at large was unhappy with this notion and those who like to pounce on anything negative to come out of cupertino had a field day.|
|In 8% of cases pounce upon is used|
|Mowatt was at the intersection when he was pounced upon by men armed with guns.|
|OK, so I appreciate that you may not want to flagrantly pounce upon the poor man.|
|In 3% of cases pounce like is used|
|I'd sure that stalker-Veronica- will pounce like a lion now that I'd out of the picture.|
|In 3% of cases pounce with is used|
|When he seemingly got bored of toying with Bonnar, Silva tripped him and pounced with a pinpoint knee to the chest.|
|In China and Russia, in Haiti and Maldives, there lurks an enemy ready to pounce with noxious gases, scorching firepower and water assault: Mother Nature.|
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