Balloony vs. Balloon

Balloony vs. Balloon — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Balloony and Balloon

Balloonyadjective

Tending to balloon

Balloonnoun

An inflatable buoyant object, often (but not necessarily) round and flexible.

Balloonnoun

Such an object as a child’s toy.

Balloonnoun

Such an object designed to transport people through the air.

Balloonnoun

(medicine) A sac inserted into part of the body for therapeutic reasons; such as angioplasty.

Balloonnoun

A speech bubble.

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Balloonnoun

A type of glass cup, sometimes used for brandy.

Balloonnoun

(architecture) A ball or globe on the top of a pillar, church, etc.

the balloon of St. Paul's Cathedral in London

Balloonnoun

(chemistry) A round vessel, usually with a short neck, to hold or receive whatever is distilled; a glass vessel of a spherical form.

Balloonnoun

(pyrotechnics) A bomb or shell.

Balloonnoun

(obsolete) A game played with a large inflated ball.

Balloonnoun

(engraving) The outline enclosing words represented as coming from the mouth of a pictured figure.

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Balloonnoun

(slang) A woman’s breast.

Balloonverb

(intransitive) To increase or expand rapidly.

His stomach ballooned from eating such a large meal.Prices will balloon if we don't act quickly.

Balloonverb

(intransitive) To go up or voyage in a balloon.

Balloonverb

(transitive) To take up in, or as if in, a balloon.

Balloonverb

(transitive) To inflate like a balloon.

Balloonverb

To strike (a ball) so that it flies high in the air.

Balloonnoun

small thin inflatable rubber bag with narrow neck

Balloonnoun

large tough non-rigid bag filled with gas or heated air

Balloonverb

ride in a hot-air balloon;

He tried to balloon around the earth but storms forced him to land in China

Balloonverb

become inflated;

The sails ballooned