Did you by any chance mean buoyant?
- adj. common misspelling of buoyant.
“The Major government, achieving the only things that matter – stable prices, rising employment and bouyant inward investment – would have been recognised as a success but for the running internal revolt that she busily inflamed.”
“Chere Kristin, you are in my thoughts, and Newforest, mille mercis for your words -- they are bouyant and give me pause, thank you, thank you.”
“Can you suggest any tying material that would replicate this wispy, bouyant seed?”
“Latvia's economy has contracted by 25% since the last election in 2006, two years after the then-bouyant country entered the EU.”
“The sashimi raw fish that follows, is an artistically balanced, oceanic medley of gaily garnished prawns, bouyant seabream and flat fish.”
“When the boat skidded onto the beach, a bouyant Putin hopped off and made a beeline for waiting reporters.”
“The Armenian Cradle Song hypnotically rocks to a mix of wordless vocals and Winstone's lyrics, and Venier's lively arrangement of the traditional Lipe Rosize is a ghostly theme that becomes increasingly folksy and bouyant.”
“May i suggest taking her to a pool? swimming around and jumping in again and again should tire her out enormously and you get to float around in a bouyant state.”
“If the ice caps melted and the streets flooded and we were suddenly forced to float south on a crib made bouyant by a thousand Pampers Swaddlers and some teething rings?”
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