floating

[ floh-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF floating

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOATING

Five men were floating about in a boat in the Southern ocean.

For—for some time I've been floating, and now I've got a home.

The sky-light-hood had been thrown overboard, and was floating in the ship's wake.

Brigit threw a question over her shoulder to the floating mist of gold.

When I reached the mainland again I had sworn that I had been floating.

It rose above the mass of moving heads like a floating island.

How much money are you prepared to spend in floating the mine?'

He was looking at the old commander of the floating dock, Mate Malone.

The car-basket, floating now, was off side and level with us.

The horror once more was chilling his blood, floating before his eyes.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FLOATING

swimming

adjectiveexisting in liquid
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