tending to float on a liquid or rise in air or gas
"buoyant balloons"; "buoyant balsawood boats"; "a floaty scarf"
buoyant, chirpy, perky(adj)
characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness
"buoyant spirits"; "his quick wit and chirpy humor"; "looking bright and well and chirpy"; "a perky little widow in her 70s"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Happy primarily refers to something that comes "by good hap," a chance that brings prosperity, benefit, or success.
And grasps the skirts of happy chance.
TennysonIn Memoriam lxiii, st. 2.
In this sense happy is closely allied to fortunate and lucky. (See FORTUNATE.) Happy has, however, so far diverged from this original sense as to apply to advantages where chance is not recognized, or is even excluded by direct reference to the divine will, when it becomes almost equivalent to blessed.
Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth.
Job v, 17.
Happy is also applied to the ready dexterity or skill by which favorable results (usually in minor matters) are secured, when it becomes a synonym for dexterous, felicitous, and the associated words; as, he has a happy wit; happy at retort (compare CLEVER). In its most frequent present use, happy is applied to the state of one enjoying happiness, or to that by which happiness is expressed; as, a happy heart; a happy face; happy laughter; happy tears (compare synonyms for HAPPINESS). Cheerful applies to the possession or expression of a moderate and tranquil happiness. A cheery word spontaneously gives cheer to others; a cheering word is more distinctly planned to cheer and encourage. Gay applies to an effusive and superficial happiness (often not really worthy of that name) perhaps resulting largely from abundant animal spirits: we speak of gay revelers or a gay horse. A buoyant spirit is, as it were, borne up by joy and hope. A sunny disposition has a constant tranquil brightness that irradiates all who come within its influence.
Compare synonyms for GRIEF.
blessed, blissful, blithe, blithesome, bright, cheerful, cheering, cheery, delighted, delightful, dexterous, felicitous, fortunate, gay, glad, happy, jocund, jolly, joyful, joyous, lucky, merry, mirthful, pleased, prosperous, rapturous, rejoiced, rejoicing, smiling, sprightly, successful, sunny
A happy event for him; happy at a reply; happy in his home, with his friends, among his children; happy at the discovery, over his success.
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How to use buoyant in a sentence?
The German growth picture seems to be more mixed than buoyant sentiment indicators have been suggesting, today's data have created uncertainty, rather than clarity.
European markets remain buoyant, not just because of low yields but it seems that finally economic activity and confidence are ticking up from the lows.
Demand is reasonably buoyant in the United States, but there's just so much supply, it's going to need a significant pickup in economic activity to meet the current oversupply.
For me, China is a short blip rather than a real slowdown. What we are hearing from company management is pretty buoyant.
It was a wonderful week, energy was strong, gold was strong, the Canadian dollar firmed and there was a much more buoyant mood. It's just inevitable profit-taking.
Translations for buoyant
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- قابل للطفوArabic
- heiter, beschwingt, schwimmfähig, schwimmendGerman
- elävä, kelluvaFinnish
- flottant, flottante, flottableFrench
- mollibus extulitLatin
- puwhau, puhauMāori
- жизнерадостный, плавучийRussian
- plivajući, plovanSerbo-Croatian
- flytande, yster, nyterSwedish
- nổi lênVietnamese
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