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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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Grace was a good deal more like her father--good-natured, warm, loving, and "buoyantly enthusiastic" (p.
He said: "It is not unusual to take some time to get a new vicar in; in fact this is moving along quite buoyantly.
During his latest interview, Perry, on Fox News Sunday, buoyantly insisted - yet again - that he has no plans to run for president.
Republicans buoyantly forecast a new era of divided government.
The best of these up-and-coming writers are pursuing mirth boldly, buoyantly, incisively, with an ear tuned to the present but with a firm grasp of the universal fundamentals of rib-tickling--and the universal need to wrest laughter from public and private agony.
Nonetheless, John Milbank buoyantly asserts that "nothing in Taylor's radical insistence on the historical rule of contingency would seem to preclude..." a future in which a "festive Christianity" could be "true enlightenment and true romance" (pp.
Should they perform as buoyantly as they did against Sunderland last week, Liverpool should have far too much for Birmingham but St Andrews is a difficult ground at which to play, meaning Agger and his defensive cohorts will need to be on top form.
The bouncing, lightly rhyming verses are buoyantly translated into colourful, gentle drawings by Argentine resident Nora Hilb.
Lately, however, women who relish the thought that through choice they are "buoyantly childfree" are upset by the fact that other women denounce them as "bitter, selfish, unnatural, evil." A society that no longer believes in God and His Revelation, or in natural law, has chosen to live by a morality derived from a consensus of public opinion.
There are two puzzles Fisher must attend to as this buoyantly breezy tale unwinds.
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!" which is also included on The Best of Julius La Rosa.