Having or marked by buoyancy: a buoyant balloon; buoyant spirits. (adjective)
Lighthearted; gay: in a buoyant mood. (adjective)
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Use "buoyant" in a sentence
"Again, I don't want to use the term buoyant as I talked about that last quarter, but we certainly are encouraged."
"By using a more Nordic looking center table along with plenty of print all around on fabric, the home exudes a certain buoyant charm and beauty."
"Five hundred and seventy years later Frankfurt-am-Main, on October 5, 2010, found publishers from across the globe "in buoyant mood," according to London's Guardian newspaper last week -- having banished 2009's "mood of austerity," and busy toasting Alfred Knopf's advance of $2.5 million to a second-time Indian novelist Kiran Desai."