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buoyant (BOI uhnt, BOO yuhnt) (adjective), more buoyant, most buoyant
1. A reference to being able to float: Cork is a very buoyant material, which cannot sink to the bottom of a container of water.
2. Pertaining to something that can cause things to drift in the air: Warm air is more a buoyant factor than cool or cold air.
3. Descriptive of being happy and confident: The two basketball teams were in a buoyant mood as they were about to play their game.
4. Relating to remaining at a regular or high level: The investors are convinced that there will be a buoyant economy in the near future.
Conveying cheerfulness or being able to float.
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Pertaining to being happy, cheerful, and confident; as if, floating in the air. (1)