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floaty

Syllabification: float·y
Pronunciation: /ˈflōdē
 
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Definition of floaty in English:

adjective

0.1(Especially of a woman’s garment or a fabric) light and flimsy: elegant floaty dresses
More example sentences
  • For designers, lightness is all important with floaty fabrics.
  • The summer collection has opted for a very pretty look with the accent on floral prints, frills and floaty fabrics in a parade of colour.
  • Her ‘Vision of Eden’ collection featured plenty of her trademark beading with delicate, floaty dresses dripping with crystals and feathers.

Words that rhyme with floaty

Capote, coatee, coyote, dhoti, goaty, oaty, peyote, roti, throaty

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