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Synonyms for buoyantly

in a cheerfully buoyant manner


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His phrasing remained elegant throughout, as did his tone, and long hours of practice made light work of the concerto's effervescent rondo finale, the horn bubbling buoyantly along while Petrenko kept the pace pushing forward and the orchestral accompaniment bright.
Instead of sitting quietly, and absorbing more words, Mayur seemed committed to having a good time, and was scampering about with his friend Hari, who buoyantly declared that he had gotten out in the first round (but impressively knew that a 'brivet' was a document).
A buoyantly blissful blend of romance and comedy, starring Joanna Riding reprising her feisty heroine, and Michael Xavier, the show about factory staff demanding a pay rise features golden hits such as Hey There (You With The Stars In Your Eyes), Hernando's Hideaway and Steam Heat.
From the start of its first hour to the final notes of its fourth, all the familiar Blin touches--the charmingly detailed painted scenery, with its side curtains and perspective backdrops; the choreographed "period" movement; the unfailing impulse to entertain, to keep the show buoyantly aloft even when the comedy is low--were here in complicit profusion.
Its title refers to a booty-shaking dance move--a very strenuous one, despite how simple and intuitive it looks (trust me, I tried it)--that originated in the New Orleans bounce music scene, and the multilingual poems in this book (many of which feature discussions of that part of the anatomy) buoyantly bounce, bound and shimmy their way up a tower of Babel, collecting and dealing out information about and language derived from Hawaiian history, Scientology, Japanese sex subcultures, and South African mythology, among about a million other globe-spanning (and spinning) references, all while remaining grounded in a very contemporary African American woman's perspective.
The set, which had started so buoyantly with thumping versions of Red Eyes And Tears and Whatever Happened.
Despite being branded a pariah, Robert Mugabe's shameful leadership over more than 30 years has seen their economy collapse, stagnate and now prosper, brazenly described by the IMF as buoyantly achieving economic growth.
A system called Hydro-Flow applies a combination of air and water injection, which physically and buoyantly supports heavier loads, more evenly distributing food products in cookers and coolers.
I'd vote for Obama," Chavez said buoyantly on state television just a week before he won his third six-year term two weeks ago, potentially extending his tenure to two decades, the report said.
European market grew buoyantly after a successful auction in Spain yesterday.
The second-act tussles between Barrie and the amusingly ungovernable Hook lead to the buoyantly staged "The Pirate Inside," which in turn energizes both Barrie and the narrative, which moves though Barrie's success with Peter Pan to a real-life tragedy the show seems initially scared to address.
He spoke buoyantly of the 'real' start of peace between the two countries and a new era of cooperation and mutual benefit, pipeline-mediated and along a 'soft border' blocked to weapons and ammunition and open to the movement of people and goods.
I chose some beautiful pale lavender variations of this material, and we were delighted and relieved when Miss Gish buoyantly donned the costume that Ray and Sally Ann had created from my still determinedly dark sketches.
Ogan and James, both from Birmingham had looked jaded during an attritional final rubber against Kent the previous day but bounced back buoyantly and after squeaking through a tight three-setter against the Yorkshire seconds 6-4 in the decider, it was business as usual as they won the others in straight sets.
But no one should believe that if Greece and Spain abandon the euro, their economies will float buoyantly upward without wrenching interim misery.