Antonyms for buoyed

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Then Pounddug Slough was kept thoroughly dredged and buoyed.

It was just this which kept the girl from her pillow, buoyed by a feverish excitement.

He was floating, a pale red, velvety air caressed him and buoyed him.

Now all nets are “swum,” that is to say, all are above the warps and are buoyed on the surface.

Buoyed up by so much excitement, Johnnie managed to stand for a moment.

Each man was buoyed up by the hope that it might be the last of such days for him.

As long as he had been on the road he had been buoyed up by movement, by the passing scene.

All this time he was buoyed up by the hope that Ernest would come back.

We are just swinging by the head to the buoyed cable, so that I can slip at any moment.

Buoyed up with this hope, when our watch was over, we turned into our hammocks.