verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
TAKE THIS QUIZ IF A DAZZLING VOCABULARY IS YOUR DESIDERATUM!
Origin of buoy
OTHER WORDS FROM buoyun·buoyed, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH buoyboy, buoy
Words nearby buoy
Example sentences from the Web for buoy
Onboard a computer on the buoy out at sea, an automated detection algorithm harnessing the power of artificial intelligence identifies nearby vocalizing blue, humpback, and fin whales in near real-time.
Results are sent from the buoy via satellite to researchers who confirm the sounds, and match them to visual sightings from scientists and whale-watching boats in the area.
And he will buoy hopes among Democrats that Virginia is reliably purple, if not blue, in the 2016 presidential election.
They gave me a jolt of encouragement that is going to buoy me for the rest of my writing life.
I suspect this will buoy liberal spirits, but anger the right and befuddle the independents.
He tried to outsmart the instructors by resting the back of his head on a buoy in the pool.
When Joe steered them into a buoy and all seemed lost, Kennedy inspired him to keep going and eventually win the race.
He knew better than to buoy up false hopes, for he had seen too much of the terrible side of war.Air Service Boys in the Big Battle|Charles Amory Beach
See everything ready for slipping from the buoy at nine o'clock.Yule Logs|Various
He had soon marked down the buoy and was regretting that it would be only a matter of twenty minutes before we must land.Margarita's Soul|Ingraham Lovell
As each boat reached the buoy where it was to locate its mine, the men would toss their oars as a signal that they were ready.The Battleship Boys at Sea|Frank Gee Patchin
With the buoy for a guide, Spike had no difficulty in finding the spot where the schooner lay.Jack Tier or The Florida Reef|James Fenimore Cooper