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buoyant

(of a liquid or gas) able to keep a body afloat or cause it to rise
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Economic activity grew buoyantly at the beginning of 2017, continuing a trend which started in the second half of 2016.
JRell, tall and lean and buoyantly irrepressible, busts on his friend: "The open mic lady the other day, she was asking us all about our career aspirations and stuff.
The 11-foot craft disappeared behind a bowl-shaped splash before bouncing buoyantly against safety netting.
The seawater is chemically altered into hot hydrothermal fluids, which rise buoyantly toward the surface.
8, despite losses from miners who had started the session trading buoyantly.
In the confusion and commotion, the construction sector too has experienced mixed circumstances, from projects being shelved and then resurrected, to launching bigger and better developments and even a Guinness Book of Records entry being set - all the while before a backdrop of a yo-yoing economy, swinging from between flailing and dwindling fiscal reserves, to buoyantly riding the non-hydrocarbon wave.
Although Gearoid affirms that he was a happy child growing up, buoyantly cheerful rather than lonely, readers all over the globe took pity on this isolated boy touted as having "only the seagulls as playmates" (17).
And, above all, a bustling account of the remarkable First Piano Concerto from Cedric Tiberghien, his busy pianism encompassing both stormy rumblings and sweet domesticism, the CBSO collaborating buoyantly and cushioning with such warmth (they have previous in this concerto, having won Gramophone's "Recording of the Year" award for their pairing of both Mendelssohn piano concertos from Stephen Hough, Lawrence Foster conducting).
Bergman and Brown 's buoyantly cheesy production, adapted from a 1992 movie starring James Caan, Nicolas Cage and Sarah Jessica Parker, combines retro musical flavors with contemporary rhymes.
Were we not adrift--and buoyantly, even gleefully so--on that tide, floating deeper and deeper into an invented life?
moment's hesitation and his lover did most buoyantly agree.
A flick through the history books has thrown up some startling score-lines: in the 1931/32 season, Wrexham buoyantly travelled to Chester and secured a 5-2 victory over their bitter rivals.