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synonyms for floater

  • false
  • hallucinatory
  • misleading
  • unreal
  • whimsical
  • Barmecidal
  • apparent
  • blue sky
  • chimerical
  • deceitful
  • delusive
  • delusory
  • fallacious
  • fanciful
  • fantastic
  • fictional
  • fictitious
  • fictive
  • float
  • ideal
  • illusive
  • imaginary
  • mistaken
  • ostensible
  • pipe dream
  • seeming
  • semblant
  • sham
  • suppositious
  • supposititious
  • untrue
  • visionary
See also synonyms for: floaters
  • credit
  • investment
  • mortgage
  • allowance
  • advance
  • trust
  • accommodation
  • extension
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antonyms for floater

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  • genuine
  • honest
  • real
  • truthful
    • insider
    • national
    • local
    • citizen
    • native
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              How to use floater in a sentence

              He thrives in the pick and roll and in isolation, and he’s more than comfortable creating for himself with pull-ups behind the arc or floaters inside of it.
              CAM PAYNE WAS OUT OF THE LEAGUE. NOW HE’S OUT OF THIS WORLD.LOUIS ZATZMANJUNE 30, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
              It didn’t work, and neither did the Knicks’ efforts to send help in his direction after he tore them up with floaters and pull-ups in Game 1.
              THE BUCKS-HAWKS SERIES COULD COME DOWN TO ONE AREA OF THE COURTJARED DUBINJUNE 23, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
              Durant drives hard at Paul George’s shoulder, skids to a stop and tosses in a floater — letting go at about the height of the rim — that the four-time All-NBA defender can hardly contest.
              ACHILLES TEARS OFTEN SPELL DOOM FOR BASKETBALL PLAYERS. BUT KEVIN DURANT LOOKS LIKE HIMSELF AGAIN.ROBERT O'CONNELLAPRIL 29, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
              Antetokounmpo delivered another screen, and DiVincenzo dropped a soft floater through the net.
              THE BUCKS ARE TRYING TO WIN IN CLUTCH TIME WITHOUT GIVING GIANNIS THE BALLYARON WEITZMANMARCH 12, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
              He’s connecting on those shots at a 49 percent clip, and it’s an especially deadly weapon for him because of how well he disguises whether he’s shooting a floater or throwing an alley-oop.
              HOW JAMES HARDEN CHANGED HIS GAME IN BROOKLYNJARED DUBINMARCH 3, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
              During the second half, Graham found space in the paint and sunk an easy floater, his first career basket.
              JAMES GRAHAM III COULD STILL BE IN HIGH SCHOOL. INSTEAD, HE’S SETTLING IN AT MARYLAND.EMILY GIAMBALVOJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
              With pressure in his face, Roethlisberger shuffled and threw a panicky floater over running back Benny Snell’s head.
              BROWNS SHAKE OFF THEIR HISTORY, SECURE FIRST PLAYOFF WIN SINCE 1995ADAM KILGORE, DES BIELERJANUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
              Then all of a sudden the blue and yellow floater went under and little Hepzebiah caught a sunfish, too.
              SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
              I been along the waterfront long enough t' know that th' lad that picks up a floater gets a reward o' ten dollars from th' city.
              CAPTAIN SCRAGGSPETER B. KYNE
              I see Page did remember,—or perhaps she is a born floater, just as she is a bubble maker.
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              WORDS RELATED TO FLOATER

              • accommodation
              • allowance
              • bite
              • credit
              • deposit
              • down payment
              • floater
              • front money
              • hike
              • increase
              • loan
              • prepayment
              • retainer
              • rise
              • score
              • stake
              • take
              • touch
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