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floatie

or float·y

[ floh-tee ]
/ ˈfloʊ ti /
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noun, plural float·ies.
an inflatable object, often fancifully shaped and usually with a circular opening in the middle, designed to support the body in water and intended for recreational use:Lounge in a complimentary floatie and enjoy the cool water beneath you.This pool floatie will have your child chilling in the water, and it's got all the best characters printed on it to encircle them with fun.
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Origin of floatie

First recorded in 1980–85; float + -ie
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