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buoyancy definition

  • noun:
    • The inclination or capacity to continue to be afloat in a liquid or boost in environment or fuel.
    • The ascending power that a fluid exerts on an object less thick than itself.
    • Ability to recuperate rapidly from setbacks; strength.
    • Lightness of spirit; cheerfulness.
    • The ascending power on a body immersed or partly immersed in a fluid.
    • the power of an object to stay afloat in a fluid.
    • strength or cheerfulness.
    • The property of drifting at first glance of a liquid, or in a fluid, as in the atmosphere; specific lightness, which is inversely as weight compared to compared to an equal level of water.
    • The ascending pressure exerted upon a floating human anatomy by a fluid, that is corresponding to the extra weight of human body; therefore, also, the extra weight of a floating human anatomy, as calculated because of the volume of liquid displaced.
    • Cheerfulness; vivacity; liveliness; sprightliness; -- the opposite of heaviness.
    • the standard of becoming buoyant, this is certainly, of drifting in or on top of water or other fluids; general lightness.
    • the effectiveness of supporting a body such that it floats: stated of a fluid; especially, the ascending stress exerted upon a body by the substance by which it really is immersed.
    • Figuratively, light-heartedness; cheerfulness; hopefulness; elasticity of nature.
    • the tendency to float in water or any other liquid
    • cheerfulness that bubbles to your surface
    • irrepressible liveliness and great character
    • the home of some thing weightless and insubstantial
    • The propensity or capacity to stay afloat in a liquid or rise in environment or fuel.
    • The upward force that a fluid exerts on an object less thick than it self.
    • capacity to recover quickly from setbacks; resilience.
    • Lightness of character; cheerfulness.
    • The ascending force on a body immersed or partially immersed in a fluid.
    • the capability of an object to remain afloat in a fluid.
    • Resilience or cheerfulness.
    • The property of floating at first glance of a liquid, or perhaps in a fluid, as in the atmosphere; certain lightness, which can be inversely as body weight compared with that of an equal volume of water.
    • The ascending stress exerted upon a floating human anatomy by a fluid, which can be equal to the extra weight for the human anatomy; therefore, also, the extra weight of a floating human body, as measured because of the level of fluid displaced.
    • Cheerfulness; vivacity; liveliness; sprightliness; -- the opposite of heaviness.
    • The quality of becoming buoyant, that is, of floating in or at first glance of water or any other liquids; relative lightness.
    • The power of promoting a body so that it floats: stated of a fluid; specifically, the ascending stress exerted upon a body because of the fluid where it is immersed.
    • Figuratively, light-heartedness; cheerfulness; hopefulness; elasticity of spirit.
    • the habit of float in liquid or other fluid
    • cheerfulness that bubbles on surface
    • irrepressible liveliness and good spirit
    • the home of something weightless and insubstantial
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