buoyance

buoy·ance

 (boi′əns, bo͞o′yəns)
n.
Buoyancy.
References in classic literature ?
Then we turned on the buoyance rays in the balance of them and let them rise by themselves to further block the passage to Omean as they came into contact with the vessels already lodged there.
The script has often been that optimism is given with one hand and snatched away by the other, that the buoyance of Warnock's recruitment and the side's start to the season would have been sunk by accepting or encouraging the big money interest in the likes of star striker Kenneth Zohore.
For this particular elder, it was this resilience and buoyance that ensured the locals' indigenous knowledge is still useful.
According to Loughran and Ritter (1995), the companies in same industry that issue their shares in a period of market buoyance tend to be overvalued.
Even though last year started with industry pundits expressing a lot of confidence about increased IT spending, that buoyance seemed to have receded in the second half of the year.
Thus, the findings showed that the buoyance of the water helped people feel safe and better balanced, and the water temperature eased pain and stiffness.
This model was selected for its simplicity, avoiding simultaneous solution of the momentum and energy equations, while still adequately modeling buoyance effects.
Such combined tones of buoyance and pathos are one of Hillman's stylistic trademarks.
The comparatively weak performance of commerce is a surprise given the buoyance of retail and wholesale trade, though it might reflect the overhang of capacity in the commercial real estate space.
There was a mood of upbeat and buoyance among the batch with regular participation of companies for over two months.
The Wahoo Wave is a patent-pending design that utilizes an engineered, double-walled corrugated pipe as both the primary mechanism to attenuate the wave while also providing the structure and buoyance for the assembly to eliminate the necessity and cost of additional supporting elements.
One application was in Ikkala's so-called "nanocellulose carriers" that have such great buoyance.