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floaty

[ floh-tee ]
/ ˈfloʊ ti /
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adjective, float·i·er, float·i·est.
able to float; buoyant.
(of a boat) requiring little water to float.
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Origin of floaty

First recorded in 1300–50, floaty is from the Middle English word floty.See float, -y1
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British Dictionary definitions for floaty

floaty
/ (ˈfləʊtɪ) /

adjective floatier or floatiest
filmy and lightfloaty material
capable of floating; buoyant
(of a vessel) riding high in the water; of shallow draught
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