Adjective(1) tending to float on a liquid or rise in air or gas(2) characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness
(1) I returned from Southern California Tuesday evening in a buoyant mood, sated in the senses after two weeks amongst three small grandboys and one teenaged granddaughter.(2) Director Keith Hollinrake said that while the market had quietened down after last year's dramatic price rises, it was still buoyant , with demand increasing slightly again in the last three months.(3) The seawater density in the ocean normally increases with depth, because heavy water sinks and buoyant water rises.(4) The models were dragged through a viscous liquid seeded with neutrally buoyant reflective particles.(5) Some companies are prepared to reduce their prices drastically to keep sales buoyant , offering cash back, stamp duty paid, paying for legal fees and even kitchen appliances such as fridge freezers and washing machines.(6) I'm told at my size I should be buoyant , but although I did try to swim I was terrified.(7) The American economy is amazingly buoyant , amazingly strong.(8) He also saved his detailed, melancholic diary - which did not turn up for more than a century, and which provides such a valuable anchor to FrÔö£┬«mont's buoyant optimism.(9) The most buoyant body parts rise first, leaving the head and limbs to drag behind the chest and abdomen.(10) No longer could he fight his way through the buoyant element of air which had been his friend since birth.(11) Since it was the first day I wanted to get a brief feel for the air here, especially after all that wonderfully buoyant smooth stuff in Wisconsin, so I set the task as the 50 km triangle.(12) The buoyant gases escaped through the silk fabric's weave.(13) The last number of years has seen significant cost inflation, and in a rising and buoyant economy, businesses were able to pass on such cost increases to customers.(14) The water making our bodies buoyant , Miguel moves a few feet to the left until we hit the wall and the edge of one of the cascading waterfalls.(15) She submerged herself, difficult to do with the added resistance of the buoyant air, but not impossible.(16) Service sector activity was much more buoyant than manufacturing, with the headline activity index rising to 57.6 from 57.0 in the previous month.
(1) buoyant force :: grym fywiog
1. able to float ::
2. cheerful ::
3. floaty ::
4. perky ::
1. dour ::
2. gloomy ::
3. glum ::
4. morose ::
5. saturnine ::
6. sulky ::
7. sullen ::
Different Formsbuoyant, buoyantly
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