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  • n. The quality of being floaty.


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floaty +‎ -ness


  • Only problem is, the window's "floatiness" is tied to the visible window hierarchy itself rather than to your workspace as a whole.

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  • In my opinion, I think CG film has gotten way past the floatiness factor.

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  • This is on top of an underlying fighting system that is incredibly snappy, reminiscent of the best-playing 2D fighters with none of the weird hesitation or floatiness of other, earlier efforts such as the


  • The tailored blazer contrasts against the floatiness of the chiffon dress.

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  • Without the dynamic floatiness present, Nanoha's "armor" would not be as light in the eyes of a normal person.

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  • Similar to Korto's piece, this was a bit safe ... featuring blue and purple and much floatiness.


  • Steps are being taken to avoid the floatiness of animation usually associated with MMOs.

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  • There was the undeniable sexy secretary feel that we saw in the Fall collections as well as the 1970s bohemian floatiness.


  • I’ve seen this done by other people many times (in parks), but never with as much smoothness or illusion of floatiness.

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  • I’ve got the absent-minded floatiness of someone without enough structure.

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