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buoyant
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Hermione’s sulkiness could not mar his buoyant spirits; The sudden upswing in their for-tunes, the appearance of the mysterious due, the recovery of Gryf-findor’s sword, and above all, Ron’s return made Harry so happy that it was quite difficult to maintain a straight face.

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as in: buoyant force or market Define
tending to float or rise; or making other things float
as in: buoyant personality Define
characterized by lightheartedness or a tendency to maintain or quickly recover cheerfulness after setbacks
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