Origin of floatage
First recorded in 1620–30
an act of floating.
the state of floating.
floating power; buoyancy.
anything that floats; flotsam.
the part of a ship above the water line.
Origin of flotage
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Boil the butter, and add to it a small quantity of sugar and salt, and skim off floatage.Gold, Sport, And Coffee Planting In Mysore
Robert H. Elliot
the act or state of floating; flotation
buoyancy; power or ability to float
objects or material that float on the surface of the water; flotsam
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