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Definition of "buoying" [buoying]

  • Present participle of buoy. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "buoying" in a sentence
  • "An independent body would be able to verify figures, and remove suggestions that slight-of-hand is at work in buoying certain heavily-backed releases."
  • "Moreover, the re-concentration of wealth in the hands of working Americans would lead to a long-term buoying effect on the health of the economy, and would help smooth out any future looking to move the Act in the first wave of legislation after the inauguration."
  • "Booming commodities prices are buoying major mining companies, taking a great deal of shareholder pressure off chief executives."