Definition of floaty in English:

floaty

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Pronunciation: /ˈfləʊti
 
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adjective (floatier, floatiest)

(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.

Derivatives

floatiness

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