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buoyant definition

  • adjective:
    • Having or marked by buoyancy: a buoyant balloon; buoyant spirits.
    • Lighthearted; gay: in a buoyant mood.
    • having buoyancy; in a position to float
    • lighthearted and lively
    • Having the top-notch increasing or floating in a fluid; maintaining rise or float.
    • Bearing up, as a fluid; sustaining another human body by being particularly more substantial.
    • Light-hearted; vivacious; cheerful.
    • characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness
    • looking after float on a liquid or increase in atmosphere or gas
    • Having or marked by buoyancy: a buoyant balloon; buoyant spirits.
    • Lighthearted; gay: in a buoyant feeling.
    • having buoyancy; able to float
    • lighthearted and vibrant
    • Having the top-notch rising or floating in a fluid; looking after increase or float.
    • Bearing up, as a fluid; sustaining another human body by being especially more substantial.
    • Light-hearted; vivacious; cheerful.
    • characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness
    • tending to float on a liquid or rise in atmosphere or gasoline
  • others:
    • obtaining the top-notch increasing or drifting in a fluid; drifting; fairly light; that won't sink.
    • Bearing up, as a fluid; sustaining another human body by explanation of better specific-gravity.
    • Figuratively, cheerful; optimistic; maybe not effortlessly depressed.
    • Causing buoyancy of head; cheering; stimulating.
    • getting the top-notch rising or floating in a fluid; floating; relatively light; that'll not sink.
    • Bearing up, as a fluid; sustaining another human anatomy by explanation of better specific gravity.
    • Figuratively, cheerful; optimistic; not quickly depressed.
    • Causing buoyancy of brain; cheering; stimulating.
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