The term related to the quote you have stated, that has come up in a number of documents is skip reentry, some examples of its use and context are from:
FAA article on vehicle reentry, where they make the analogy of skipping stones. But, it is from the Aerospace Web article Atmosphere & Spacecraft Re-entry, where they state
A more unusual re-entry option that merges features of both ballistic and gliding profiles is the skip entry trajectory.
Another article, from NASA about the Apollo and Soyuz missions Reentry Vehicles: Spheres vs. Blunt Bodies also use the term in the caption for the diagram (below):
A 1963 sketch illustrating a possible skip reentry trajectory of the Apollo spacecraft.