Her supporters are enthusiastic, buoyed mostly by what they see as her authenticity, a rare quality in a national candidate.
And buoyed by an increasing acceptance of same-sex unions, others want more legal protections.
Her self-confidence and self-esteem seemed boundless, buoyed by infinite belief in New Age principles of affirmation.
Gingrich supporters, in turn, were buoyed by reports of a $20 million gift from a casino owner to Time for Newt.
The administration was buoyed last week by a decision of a federal court of appeals in the District of Columbia.
But, no doubt, he was buoyed up inwardly by the conviction that he had thoroughly thrashed his enemy.
Then Pounddug Slough was kept thoroughly dredged and buoyed.
The outer end is buoyed to a float which carries a flag and a lantern; the inner is fast to the bitts of the launch.
It was just this which kept the girl from her pillow, buoyed by a feverish excitement.
buoyed up with hope Henri was impatient to resume the journey, and Dacres, willing to humour him, complied.
late 16c., "to mark with a buoy," from buoy (n.). Meaning "rise up, lift, sustain" is from c.1600, perhaps influenced by Spanish boyar "to float," ultimately from the same source. In the figurative sense (of hopes, spirits, etc.) it is recorded from 1640s. Related: Buoyed; buoying.