Buoyed [verb]

Definition of Buoyed:

make light, encourage

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Sentence/Example of Buoyed:

In findings published online December 3 in Scientific Reports, the team found that only four of the buoys came within 20 kilometers of any of the Ryukyu Islands, and these did so only as a result of typhoons and other adverse weather.

The excitement had buoyed her up, but now that the suspense was past, Val was utterly worn out.

The yacht buoyed by the numerous casks and lifted by the tackle, had, indeed, hung on bottom only for a moment.

She was buoyed up by her dress, and floated down the stream.

A few moments later she hurried away, buoyed up by the thought that she was not only to see her lover but to serve him.

How the heart leaps and grows large in its reach toward the altitude of Boundless Love, if only it be buoyed with faith!

He went back to the hotel buoyed up in spite of himself, and found Alan moping in the reading-room.

Not caring to make so important a splice after dark, the cable was cut and buoyed overnight.

Lars, who on the way had been buoyed up by the sense of his heroism, began now to feel strangely uncomfortable.

All that first month Laura was buoyed up by the anticipation of that comfortable check she was soon to finger.