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Synonyms for floaty

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


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Meanwhile, 13 Reasons Why actress, Katherine Langford, wowed in an eye-catching floaty pleated mid-length dress.
Tenchera was able to hold on to the floaty until he was washed ashore.
But I think she will be much more floaty, much more romantic.
While testing Floaty McFloatface on the ground, the nose wheel struck a wooden block.
DRESS, PS75, NINE BY SAVANNAH MILLER AT DEBENHAMS; RING, PS36, ASHIANA LONDON; SANDALS, PS5, PRIMARK Cool in the heat and figure-flattering, this floaty wrap design provides enough room for an ample bust while skimming over bums and tums.
2They're 3 For a tummy that's not too toned or arms that like to remain under wraps, the floaty sleeves and loose, cool-weather fabrics will skim and flatter your problem areas.
Suede and floaty maxi dresses, fringed bags, leather Roman sandals and knee high boots make up the cool rock aesthetic...
Floaty Baby Spa in Texas, which offers | Having a 30-minute meltdown |about the colour of my trousers is unacceptable in a civilised society.
THE LENGTH: MAXI Traditionally, maxi dresses have been confined to the summer holiday wardrobe but the new winter reincarnation is less floaty and free, and more sleek and fitted, with both skirts and dresses set to skim the floors.
We go to every length to keep our curves hidden; tummy control swimsuits, floaty tops and beach sarongs.
John Rocha Spring/Summer 2010 at London Fashion Week Grey frill dress pounds 35, Dorothy Perkins, www.dorothyperkins.co.uk Frothy ripples in floaty fabrics on dresses and tops or voluminous layers on more structured pieces of tailoring are a sure sign that spring has sprung and summer is on its way.
"I'll moderate comments pretty closely," promised "Floaty," the anonymous Webmaster at FloatyArkansasTV.
Try them with: floaty top is made sporty by layering on a cute tank.
The exhibition will show how, when in Florence from 1504 to 1508, Raphael borrowed from local painters, fashioning compositions with bolder, psychologically engaged figures; gone are the floaty, distracted waifs, displaced by vigorous (but still dulcified) protagonists.
Janet Ralph, who works at Browning & Co, the Redditch and Alcester law firm, has written The Magical Adventures of Floaty the Boat - a series of five tales first told to her grandchildren.