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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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This scene is the consummate joy-fest: They dart through Cab Calloway's orchestra, skate atop the drums and piano, and end it all by plunging down a flight of stairs, leapfrogging buoyantly over each other to land in the splits, and then springing up to do it all again.
While extending his best wishes, Sardar Usman Buzdar said that Arif Alvi would surely extol the glory of Presidential post and buoyantly would live up to his responsibilities in best possible manner.
"Previously, geologists thought that volcanic ash gets trapped in the lower atmosphere because volcanic plumes rise buoyantly," Matthew Genge, the lead author of the study, said in a (https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-08/icl-nda082218.php) statement .
And we concluded with a buoyantly lyrical Rite of Spring, Stravinsky casting off the shackles of traditional harmony and rhythm, deploying instead an orchestra of Wagnerian proportions to pound us into a new century of musical language.
In the video Dream Diary Season 2, 2017, Sekhukhuni stands before a buoyantly animated blue screen and makes proclamations saturated with references to social-media user agreements, postcolonial theory, ancestor worship, DNA analysis, and television end credits.
While the white flags from Fulham waved buoyantly in the terraces, Villa's 38,000 travelling contingent mournfully vacated their half of the national stadium.
Young people who grew up on the featured songbook of the pop-rock band Sugarfree, on John Lloyd Cruz-Bea Alonzo rom-coms and all the other trappings of the zeitgeist found their lives mirrored in the musical's urban, buoyantly modern take on relationships and manners in the social-media era.
Helen Green, who became director of The Fire Station after the best part of a decade running Arts Centre Washington, is known for a demeanour as cheery as Chris Coleman, that buoyantly optimistic footy boss.
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.
Kurt Gutfreund speaks buoyantly, telling how he lost his father and siblings, survived Theresienstadt, "arrived in the United States with five dollars to (his) name," and now owns "a home in Vail, Colorado, and a condominium on Chicago's Gold Coast" (181).