The water for as far as I could see was filled with buoys and glass balls (floaters to hold the nets) enclosed in netted ropes.
The backs then receive three floaters at 80, in each of which they remain one week.
I'll square you with my old pal, Etienne, who slyly makes 'floaters' and then gets the government cash reward for towing them in.
The dense city blocks were convenient lodging places for "floaters."
Weve got beyond all the floaters, Jack, he remarked, and anyway my eyes begin to feel the strain.
It was just that Nat hated farming; that he liked to rove and take a floaters fortune.
These floaters that lie with deck almost awash will stand more hammering than a mud fort.
But the influx of tourists and "floaters" had indicated to him a less arduous form of labor.
Four or five "floaters" seen with equally good results kept the balance of power on the Democratic side on election day.
And the evidence closes with Col. Dudley's direction to organize "the floaters in blocks of five."
floaters float·ers (flō'tər)
Specks or small threads in the visual field, usually perceived to be moving, that are caused by minute aggregations of cells or proteins in the vitreous humor of the eye.