Definitions for "floater"
An inland marine form covering movable property wherever located within territorial limits.
This form provides coverage for those goods for which it is difficult to establish s specific location.
Keywords:  vitreous, clump, gel, jelly, hofstetter
spots before the eyes caused by opaque cell fragments in the vitreous humor and lens
a clump of gel substance in the eye
a matted collection of seaweed and flotsam that has clumped together and serves as home to baby lobsters, small fish, variegated marine growth
A voter who shifts from party to party, esp. one whose vote is purchasable.
A person, as a delegate to a convention or a member of a legislature, who represents an irregular constituency, as one formed by a union of the voters of two counties neither of which has a number sufficient to be allowed a (or an extra) representative of its own.
A person who votes illegally in various polling places or election districts, either under false registration made by himself or under the name of some properly registered person who has not already voted.
A serve with no spin that follows an erratic path.
A serve with no spin that travels in a difficult to predict path.
A float serve. When hit without spin, a volleyball will deviate unpredictably (or "float") in flight as it reaches a critical velocity. Good float serves are notoriously hard to pass. The advent of coloured balls has enabled passers to see when a ball is served without spin, and therefore helps them to predict when they are about to shank the ball.
A fixed income instrument which has a coupon rate or interest rate that varies...
A debt instrument with a variable interest rate tied to another interest rate. It is best to buy floaters if the interest rate looks as if it will rise. If the interest rate is falling, it is best to buy fixed rate instruments. Floaters spread risk between issuers and debt holders.
A term used to describe a CMO tranche that is tied to some fluctuating interest-rate index.
a police slang term for a floating corpse picked up from a body of water
A waterlogged corpse; sometimes used to refer to drifters and vagrants.
A manouvre where the surfer rides on top of the broken part of the wave as opposed to the face
A maneuver where the surfer rides over the breaking section of the wave and free falls down the waves curtain.
a surfing manoeuvre; turning to top of the wave and surfing over with the lip as the wave shuts down
These are black or opaque objects that float across the line of vision. People describe them as spiders, flies, hairs or nets. They change position with eye movements, and are seen most clearly against a white or bright background.
a moving spot that appears in the field of vision. Floaters may be an early sign of an eye disorder such as CMV retinitis.
A boomerang throw that flies high
A fishing schooner whose crew prosecuted the seasonal migratory Labrador "floater fishery" along the Labrador coast. These crews lived aboard their vessels all summer long, differentiating them from Labrador "stationers" who also fished seasonally down north but from "fishing stations" on the land. See also "fishing station," and "livyer."
Globular gas balloons with some limited control of movement. Floaters have an infrared sense that allows them to home in on prey up to 20 miles. They then drop onto the prey and strangle it with their tentacles. SIZE: Medium STRUCTURE: Tentacled MA: 40 TEMPERAMENT: Dangerous DEX: 34.
a social mastermind who wavers between members of one particular clique or between multiple cliques in general, pitting people against one another and leeching out information without seeming like a threat
Rocks or ground that appears to be solid that is not attached to the bedrock or country rock.
Floater is a hard rock/heavy metal band currently based in Portland, Oregon. They are well known for their progressive concept albums, stylized storytelling, small yet devoted fanbase, and frequent shows in the Pacific Northwest.
Keywords:  soupy, chlorine, gravy, pool, pie
A meat pie sitting in a pool of gravy or soupy peas.
A chemical feeder whereby the chemical is placed in a container and the container is allowed to float around the pool dispensing the chemical. The chemical dissolves in the floater and is released into the water. Most often these are used for chlorine or bromine.
A device floating on the surface of the water in the pool containing a supply of chlorine, usually in tablet form, which is fed into the water over a period of time.
Dead body in the water
a swimmer who floats in the water
Stone crab that has recently molted; if the claws are put in a pot of water they will float
Keywords:  lane, roams, little, ball, turn
A ball with little or no turn, causing it to react only to what is or is not on the lane by way of lane conditioner.
When the ball lands in the rough suspended above the ground.
A poorly released ball that roams the lane without proper control or action.
Keywords:  ufo, tales, fictional, aliens, supposed
The Floaters are a fictional race of aliens that appear in the PC game X-COM: UFO Defense. Their name is derived from their ability to float through the air. They may have been inspired by the tales of floating aliens some supposed UFO witnesses have reported.
Keywords:  flier, see
see Flier
Keywords:  bait, biscuits, dog, refers
A floating bait, often refers to dog biscuits or similar
Keywords:  foreman, worker, assigned, labor, help
Worker used by foreman to help assigned labor for short periods.
Worker(s) with no fixed assignment who are used to help out where needed.
a privilege few teams are allowed but Tendulkar cannot do this all the time
Keywords:  skydivers, airplane, exit, slow, fall
Skydivers who leave the airplane before the base are called floaters since they must use a slow fall rate to get up to the base. Floating also refers to an exit position outside the airplane.
Keywords:  offshore, rig, drilling, see
See floating offshore drilling rig.
Keywords:  reassigned, needed, employee, job
an employee who is reassigned from job to job as needed
Keywords:  submersed, abdomen, enough, gas, long
Bodies submersed in water for a long enough period of time to have developed enough gas in the abdomen to float to the surface.
A molding designed to give the artwork the appearance of floating within the frame. Floater frames have a rabbet in reverse; the artwork is fitted in from the front.
Keywords:  grew, matrix, cluster, crystals, medium
A crystal or cluster of crystals showing complete development, with no point of attachment to matrix, "as though it grew floating in a fluid medium." (J. White)
Keywords:  indoors, everyone, hang, confuse, toss
A high pass usually associated with indoors that has little use other than hang in the air a long time and confuse everyone on the field - usually ending in a pile up of players. Also know as Hospital Pass or Toss Pass.
a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
Keywords:  endorsement, see
Keywords:  swims, one
One who floats or swims.
a course unit in a subject or a language other than economics
A float for indicating the height of a liquid surface.
Keywords:  capable, object
an object that floats or is capable of floating
Keywords:  letter, word, available, playing, form
A letter available for playing through to form an 8-letter word.