Examples of buoyant in a Sentence
Warm air is more buoyant than cool air.
The actors were buoyant as they prepared for the evening's performance.
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The greenback rose as U.S. growth barreled along while the rest of the world proved less buoyant than hoped.
Despite being relegated from the Premier League, Stoke fans remain in a buoyant mood after defender Moritz Bauer hinted he is set to stay at the bet365 Stadium.
But the buoyant mood in Dandong is a reminder that China, as North Korea’s main trade partner, can decide how strictly to enforce the international sanctions against it.
That also helps explain why stockmarkets have started 2018 in a buoyant mood.
No wine may be more perfect for the setting on a summer day than this pink primitivo – pretty, fruity, buoyant and snappy.
This violin concerto is buoyant and happy and brilliant.
Protein molecules will move around inside a fluid—cycling like a buoyant fish tank decoration—making the crystals grow faster and smaller.
You'll be smitten by witty banter and clever wordplay, so enjoy cultivating these buoyant, intellectual bonds.
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BUOYANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of buoyant for English Language Learners
: able to float
: able to cause things to float
: happy and confident
BUOYANT Defined for Kids
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