Adjective "Buoy" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Buoy


    Definition:

    1. Nautical. a distinctively shaped and marked float, sometimes carrying a signal or signals, anchored to mark a channel, anchorage, navigational hazard, etc., or to provide a mooring place away from the shore.

    2. a life buoy. verb (used with object)

    3. to keep afloat or support by or as if by a life buoy; keep from sinking (often followed by up): The life jacket buoyed her up until help arrived.

    4. Nautical. to mark with a buoy or buoys.

    5. to sustain or encourage (often follo

    Examples:

    "stocks can be buoy by rebounds."

    "stocks can be buoy by places."

    "plans can be buoy."

    "wheats can be buoy."

    "stocks can be buoy."

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