Sudden peace, buoyancy, contentment, or alternatively sorrow or physical pain.
And despite the good scholarship the authors have managed to retain the buoyancy and upbeat air attendant on most comics.
buoyancy protects the most vulnerable parts of our skeleton.
Blame it, he says, on buoyancy, which “reduces the energy expenditure associated with swimming.”
You are a Cheever, my father would tell his children with a buoyancy in his voice which suggested both seriousness and mockery.
The theme of their conversation spoilt his buoyancy for that afternoon.
In the midst of the buoyancy of youth, this cherished one had dropped and died.
No one can dip into the Doctor without being convinced of this buoyancy of spirit, quickness of fancy, and blitheness of heart.
All the health and buoyancy of her was in her mouth, as well as in her eyes.
The buoyancy of the Southern temper withstood the shock of Gettysburg and was not overcome by the fall of Vicksburg.