Noun(1) cheerfulness that bubbles to the surface(2) the property of something weightless and insubstantial(3) the tendency to float in water or other liquid(4) irrepressible liveliness and good spirit
(1) This did not dispel Calderwood's good humour and buoyancy in a season far from finished as he embraced Levein on the touchline before kick-off.(2) Cold water is denser than hot water, he explains, so it provides more buoyancy .(3) Yet the relative buoyancy of the UK economy suggests that Scotland will be insulated from these wider chills.(4) Mr Harrison said the order book reflected the continuing buoyancy of the region's economy.(5) At any rate, the experience of the boom-bust cycles was that rapid money-supply growth was accompanied by buoyancy in both asset prices and spending.(6) This summer WXPN named Calico an Album of the Week, and its cheery buoyancy has earned it airplay nationwide.(7) There has been a massive temporary boost to our competitiveness from a low dollar, which is the main reason for our current economic buoyancy .(8) Bridget rides them with defiant optimism, but both her bad breaks and her endearing buoyancy in dealing with them venture outside the real.(9) The health of a country's economy should not be judged by the buoyancy of its stock market or its currency's strength.(10) The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors said house price inflation was running at close to two-and-a-half times the long-term average, reflecting continuing buoyancy in the market.(11) First, water provides sharks with substantial buoyancy , whereas air does not confer the same benefit to aircraft.(12) The country in general has witnessed dramatic price rises in recent years, attributed to inflation, economic buoyancy , and now the euro changeover.(13) If lifting the ball up stops the water from running, try to bend the float arm down to get the right buoyancy .(14) Our British headquarters is amazed at the buoyancy of the Irish market.(15) The debate over whether kitsch constitutes a genuine art form becomes moot if the artifact in question reaches a certain critical mass of sheer buoyancy .(16) Weight reduction is not as important in swimming because the body mass is subject to buoyancy by being immersed in water.
(1) buoyancy force :: dryfkrag
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