buoy[ boo-ee, boi ]SEE DEFINITION OF buoy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUOY
"Something like that," agreed Madden, tossing his buoy into the water.
That was the only time we've used the buoy sence I've been at the station.
But I'll have a sharp look out after the 'buoy,' and he'll do well, you'll see.
Then we rowed to a third buoy belonging to us and began hauling.
If you see anything like a buoy, stop and back her as quick as you can.
As the jib and foresail were taken off her, she shot up to the buoy.
Then why isn't he giving us elbow-room on the outside of that buoy, sir?
Meantime Murray had towed Jack steadily on towards the buoy.
With the lid locked down, it might act as a buoy, and serve for a life-preserver.
And you can hear the chains a-jangle as you go about and reach for the other buoy.