1. buoy someone up encourage, support, boost, cheer, sustain, hearten, cheer up, keep afloat, gee up They are Buoyed up by a sense of hope
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2. buoy verb (MAKE HAPPIER) [ T usually passive ] to make someone feel happier or more confident about a situation: She was Buoyed (up) by the warm reception her audience gave her.
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3. 2 a : to keep afloat a raft Buoyed by empty oil drums
4. B : support, uplift an economy Buoyed by the dramatic postwar growth of industry — Time.
5. The yacht Buoyed by the numerous casks and lifted by the tackle, had, indeed, hung on bottom only for a moment
6. THE RIVAL CAMPERS AFLOAT RUEL PERLEY SMITH She was Buoyed up by her dress, and floated down the stream
7. Buoyed Sentence Examples The gap between the two ends has now to be closed by splicing on new cable and paying out until the Buoyed end is reached, which is then hove up and brought on board.
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10. Buoyed by the victories of young socialist candidates in Pennsylvania, Arielle Cohen, co-chairperson of a local Democratic Socialists of America chapter, told The Huffington Post that momentum was on the side of ultra-left liberals
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12. Synonyms for Buoyed include excited, thrilled, exhilarated, roused, stirred, animated, enlivened, enthused, stimulated and delighted
13. Flood-hit residents, Buoyed by the ' Dunkirk spirit ' at the height of the crisis, now face the grim reality of life in temporary accommodation
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16. Verb If someone in a difficult situation is Buoyed by something, it makes them feel more cheerful and optimistic.
17. Buoyed definition: bright-colored; a float attached by rope to the seabed to mark channels in a harbor or underwater hazards synonyms: conical buoy, nun buoy, nun
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18. What does Buoyed-up mean? Simple past tense and past participle of buoy up
19. ‘Then, Buoyed up by the thought that I had actually done something, I went out to do some gentle gardening, trimming the grassy edges along the back fence.’ ‘For today's leaders Buoyed up by the passing cloud of rhetoric, its literary strength makes it likely its …
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20. Buoyed by Love is a dog friendly home and the front yard is fully fenced
21. It should be noted that Buoyed By Love is located near an active construction zone (Hidden Cove Loop).
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22. Buoyed By Strong Year-End Results, Signet Jewelers Outlines An Even More Inspired Plan For Growth
23. But United will be Buoyed by the fact that it hasn't lost away from home since early December, a run of 12 matches
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24. • The needy themselves, Buoyed up by economic boom, have been happy to go along
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25. From Longman Business Dictionary buoy buoy / bɔɪˈbuːi, bɔɪ / verb [ transitive ] if the market or prices are Buoyed, people feel confident and buy stocks and
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26. This performance was Buoyed by a slight uptick in service revenues, which increased 10.5% year-on-year in local currency in the first half and the strong performance from handset revenue, which grew 46.1% in local currency in the first six months of the year.
27. Break 'Buoyed' down into sounds: [BOYD] - say it out loud and exaggerate the sounds until you can consistently produce them
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30. Buoyed by the success of her first novel, she began work on a second
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31. He felt Buoyed up by the support and encouragement of his friends and family.
32. Earnings Results EBay results Buoyed by luxury watches, sneakers and refurbished holiday gifts Last Updated: Feb
33. Prices at their highest in over a year, Buoyed by expectations that efforts by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and their allies to cut
34. To hearten or inspire; uplift: "Buoyed up by the team spirit and the pride of the older generation back at home" (Judith Martin).
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35. Booming mining exports, Buoyed by high commodity prices, helped offset swelling food and fuel imports and narrow the current account deficit
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36. Seven Buoyed surface fish attractors that have been placed about 8 to 10 miles offshore by a commercial fisherman help full-day charter sport fishermen find bites
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37. On the nearby marsh, where salt and fresh water channels mix, terns, avocets and marsh harriers are Buoyed by mid-flight coastal breezes, to the delight of wildlife watchers.
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38. Biden Breaks Fundraising Record Again, Buoyed by Debate Tyler Pager and Bill Allison 10/1/2020
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39. Treasuries mostly shrugged off the Fed’s decision Friday to let lapse bank regulatory exemptions that have Buoyed the bond market since the beginning of …
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40. The Australian and New Zealand dollars rose against the greenback on Monday as the passage of a $1.9 trillion stimulus bill in the world's largest economy Buoyed …
41. Buoyed by the confidence the Canadian and Quebec governments placed in it from the very beginning and $6.5 million in venture capital granted today by its funding partners, the company spun off from INO in 2007 is better positioned than ever to introduce its unique and innovative technology to national and international markets.
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42. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden holds a 9-point lead on President Donald Trump Buoyed by support from older voters and independents, according to a recent national poll.
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BUOYED [ˈbo͞oē, boi]
Buoyed; p. pr. & vb. n. Buoying.] 1. To keep from sinking in a fluid, as in water or air; to keep afloat; -- with up. [1913 Webster] 2. To support or sustain; to preserve from sinking into ruin or despondency.
Example Sentences for "buoyed " As flowering season approaches, the bladders undergo an internal change to fit them for a change of function; they now fill with air, when the buoyed plant rises toward the surface to send up its flowering scape, while the bladders proceed with their nefarious practices to nourish it more abundantly while its system is heavily taxed.
buoy up. 1. To physically support and elevate someone or something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "buoy" and "up.". My daughter needs floaties to buoy her up in the pool. 2. To emotionally support someone or something.
A buoy is a type of an object that floats in water and is used in the middle of the seas as locators or as warning points for the ships. Buoys are generally bright (fluorescent) in colour. Mooring buoys are a type of buoy, to which, ships can be moored in the deep oceanic areas.