Thesaurus / floater

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His Floater had burnt out while still sufficiently distant from surface to have the fall stun him.

YouthIsaac Asimov

This Harriet made by a puzzling “floater,” a slow ball that fell in the opposite court far out of reach.

They named him Plavacek (the floater), because he had come to them floating on the water.

When the floater goes under, you will know that a fish is biting at the worm on the hook.

Seven O'Clock StoriesRobert Gordon Anderson

The floater under him churned a little, but there was no noise.

Unwise ChildGordon Randall Garrett

Euripides used almost the same term in floater, for a seaman.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

I parked my floater beside the house that had sheltered Kron as long as I had known him.

To Choke an OceanJesse F. (Jesse Franklin) Bone

He was a financier and a floater of companies which generally paid.

The Coast of AdventureHarold Bindloss

No doubt, if you looked at it from a certain angle, Bertram might be considered to have made something of a floater.

Right Ho, JeevesP. G. Wodehouse

Well, then, if you wish me to speak, I would suggest that you strap on your Floater and help me prepare the Ejector.

YouthIsaac Asimov

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