Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Able to float or swim on the surface; buoyant.
- Rank and tall, as grass.
- adj. of a dress lightweight, so as to rise when the wearer is walking.
- adj. music light, hypnotic and relaxing.
- adj. Having a feeling of extreme calm, as if floating through the air.
- n. A lilo or similar item that floats on water and can be sat on.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Swimming on the surface; buoyant; light.
- adj. tending to float on a liquid or rise in air or gas
“Stoned and floaty is so much better than sick and pukey.”
“Gallery of some of the world's finest floaty pens: the Jesus-walking-on-water floaty is positively sacrelicious.”
“His work has been described as floaty concepts and dirty reality.”
“Over several seasons, the hems mutated from slinky calf-length and ankle-length tanks and tubular skirts to voluminous, unabashedly romantic pavement sweepers, looks that Nevena Borissova, a partner in Curve, a vanguard boutique in SoHo, describes as "floaty, let's-go-get-high-at-Coachella stuff.”
“Basically it gives you a more "floaty" view of your subscriptions, lists, things like trends, and other categories of items.”
“Apparently when a Lego minifig jumps it enters a kind of floaty demiplane where the rules of gravity warp and twist.”
“I just posted a little collection of "floaty" ads on my blog- including the balloon one which reminds me of that scene in Funny Face in front of the Eiffel Tower...so lovely.”
“CGI is STILL we're all waiting... trying to get the movement down so that it doesn't look "floaty".”
“Your right the light and naturalism is wonderful - have posted some stills on your group site and the full set is here here - will pop back for another quick 1hr session later and make a nice, 'floaty' machinima :”
“Gmail has a new "floaty" bar, a floating task bar, that allows Gmail users to archive, delete, or perform other functions collectively and without scrolling back to the top.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘floaty’.
A list of words that are odd or words that I have looked up.
List of adjectives such as everduring that do not frequent common speech and writing. A continuation of my list Adjectival Arcana, which had grown to over 7700 words and had become far too cumbersome.
What a -Y does to an otherwise common, dull word
List of words and things buoyant.
I can use these.
Looking for tweets for floaty.