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Buoyant

Describing a market where prices are trending upward, especially when they are doing so gradually.

buoyant

Of or relating to a market in which prices have a tendency to move upward.
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Several weeks after successful parliamentary elections and a month after the designation of a new prime minister, Lebanon is still without a government, as minority leaders buoyantly obstruct while majority representatives wallow in timidity.
One source was his sturdy southern Italian heritage, which inspired him to write a buoyantly catchy hit "Eh, Cumpari
They swim buoyantly, often with the tail cocked up, and can also gradually submerge without diving.
She also loved cleaning and polishing and sang hymns buoyantly as she worked.
Each is a complex entity of contradictions: organic yet mechanical, solidly hollow, buoyantly grounded.
They are turned out, they land buoyantly in fifth position.
Consequently, instead of heating the building interior, the solar radiation heats the air in the cavity, causing the air to buoyantly rise out of the cavity.
A moment later, there he was again, bobbing buoyantly out of the throng, his eyes firmly fixed on me.
While he was a legitimate practitioner, he had co-authored a book about the benefits of replacing old with new, buoyantly tided Smile: How Dental Implants Can Transform Your Life.
In poems like "Ars Poetica #789," "Hip Logic," "The Things-No-One-Knows Blues," and the crushingly tender and buoyantly surprising "Gospel of the Two Sisters," something human has made it through under the radar screen of multicultural US marketing.
The assorted gases would continue to rise buoyantly in the crust, permeating available porosity.