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If you stick to open slopes and ski a lot of new snow each winter, the 111 is a stout and floaty weapon.

Often, the parts I remember aren’t the floaty first tracks or the rail-to-rail groomer arcs.

A superficial knowledge of tap’s giddier and gauzier manifestations — polished Broadway capering, floaty sequences in Golden Age films — might make the coincidence seem jarring.

We know nothing about his family or home life, and very little about hers, though in one of the movie’s many hyperstylized artistic touches, we see a floaty image of her with a bruised eye, an allusion to some sort of past abuse.

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It’s a different sensation than the feel-good, floaty vibes, brah, of bounding through powder like a dolphin rolling on dopamine.

What stand out in my mind are the mirrored closets in her bedroom filled with shimmering, floaty evening gowns and caftans.

It was just as nice to have solid things very solid, as it was to have floaty things like clouds very floaty.

"I expect what you need for that floaty feeling, dearie, is a good dose of calomel—" and she hurried away to prepare it.

So I tried to escape, tried to be the moon; tried to feel floaty and shining and beautiful, and—and remote.

Father was like the solid ground and Mother was like the floaty clouds.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to floaty, such as: chiffon, cobwebby, dainty, delicate, diaphanous, and fine.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.