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He marched on buoyantly, heedless of the wet and the squirting mud from unseen puddles.
She smiled buoyantly, in the intervals of arranging it, at the idea that Stephen Arnold stood beyond her ultimate possession.
HILDASARAH JEANETTE DUNCAN
The great vessel glided with a graceful dip into the river, and floated at her cables buoyantly.
Hope, that had soared so buoyantly an hour before, once more sank despairingly to earth.
MARY WARE'S PROMISED LANDANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
Relieved of their weight, the ship floated somewhat more buoyantly.
THE SETTLERSWILLIAM H. G. KINGSTON
Then his thoughts reverted to his conversation with Mrs. Habersham, and his heart rose buoyantly with hope.
THE SILVER BUTTERFLYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
"The Mercury" rose buoyantly to resume its old power; and in a month's time it had crippled its rival beyond recovery.
GREY TOWNGERALD BALDWIN
The beginning of the new year found Mark Twain sailing buoyantly on a tide of optimism.
"Knew all along he had the stuff in him," he would declare buoyantly.
THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
The Mary Ellen staggered under the blow like some living thing, and she did not rise to it as buoyantly as she had before.

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