adjective, float·i·er, float·i·est.
Origin of floaty
Related Words for floatydainty, delicate, diaphanous, fine, flimsy, gauzy, gossamer, insubstantial, sheer, transparent, wispy, see-through, chiffon, cobwebby, fine-grained, tiffany
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Contemporary Examples of floaty
What stand out in my mind are the mirrored closets in her bedroom filled with shimmering, floaty evening gowns and caftans.My Time With Betty Ford
July 10, 2011
Historical Examples of floaty
Father was like the solid ground and Mother was like the floaty clouds.
"I expect what you need for that floaty feeling, dearie, is a good dose of calomel—" and she hurried away to prepare it.Why Joan?
Eleanor Mercein Kelly
It was just as nice to have solid things very solid, as it was to have floaty things like clouds very floaty.