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displaying light-hearted nonchalance

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tending to float on a liquid or rise in air or gas

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characterized by liveliness and lightheartedness

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THE construction industry is set to enjoy a buoyant year because of increased orders fuelled by booming commercial property and house improvements, according to a new report.
Higher rates for fixed rate mortgages, and the buoyant property market, pushed up the proportion of wages used on paying home loans from 18.
The warmer and fresher those North Atlantic surface waters are, compared with underlying layers, the more buoyant they are and the slower the circulation becomes.
However, the big picture shows that public sector recruitment remains buoyant
So, while we hold our judgement to experience the whole ensemble, we also await the buoyant roof's 4m levitation, which for whatever reason (guy ropes too short?
But a Nissan spokesman said the plant remains very buoyant at the moment.
Her buoyant delivery brings home her witty rhymes--"Attention, shoppers
He would rise sharply into a fifth sous-sus to explode into a buoyant jump, peppered with the gigue, czardas, or mazurka of his beloved character dance.
Buoyant chased Lune d'Or to a neck in the Group 2 Prix de Malleret on this track back in July.
Tetbury, in Gloucestershire, was a particular hot-spot with big sales buoyant, especially in the pounds 500,000 to pounds 1 million price range.
The wonderfully buoyant energy that had previously been established becomes dissipated by the duo's ensuing static dialogue, mired in repetitious rounds of Fran's angst-filled pleadings and Hermes' philosophical musings.
Throughout the 1990s Ireland enjoyed one of the European Union's most buoyant economies and was known as the "Celtic Tiger.
Pieces such as All of the Groups So Far Combined, 2002, a torrent of fishlike embroidered shapes on a brown linen field, and A True Tale, 2000-2002, made up of squares of thread in bright hues of tomato, tangerine, and sky blue, are freewheeling and buoyant in their near-abstraction.
A BUOYANT new homes market for 2003 is forecast by David Wilson Homes.
The buy-to-let property market remains buoyant, but caution is creeping in on the part of investors, the latest survey by Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has shown.