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  • adj. comparative form of floaty: more floaty


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  • It goes for an unabashedly arcade feel, eschewing the grit and authenticity of DiRT 3 in favour of a smoother, floatier handling model that won't have you troubling the brakes too often.

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  • My blood pressure began to drop, and the floaty medication made me floatier.

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  • Duvet would have done: a better image even, floatier, but blanket is precisely the right word if, like me, you think of duvets as new-fangled 70s' arrivals.

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  • Her clothes fell within the boundaries defined by expensive good taste, but were definitely huddled up at the floatier end of those boundaries.

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  • Jason Lee Miller - Tue, 04 / 07 / 2009 - 14: 50 iPhone, Android now floatier

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  • I am interested in what I can do to make my 2006 TC ride softer - floatier - not quite the same as but closer to a 1972 Continental I used to have.

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  • Well, to be honest, the jumping is a bit floatier than I prefer in my platformers, but I got used to it fairly quickly.

    Verbal Spew

  • Nadal slices the ball right back - three shots now all down the same line - and Federer slices the ball back to the same spot yet again, this one even slower and floatier, and Nadal gets planted and hits a big two-hander back down the same line - it's like Nadal's camped out now on his deuce side; he's no longer moving all the way back to the baseline's center between shots; Federer's hypnotized him a little.



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