float through

float through something

1. Lit. to move slowly through water or air, gently. The boats floated through the water slowly and gracefully. As the clouds floated through the sky, they cast blotchy shadows on the ground.
2. Fig. [for someone] to move aimlessly through something. (As if semiconscious.) She has no ambition. She's just floating through life. He floated through his work that day. It is probably done all wrong.
See also: float, through
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Players will bag up food for 'Dash-Thru' diners as they ride through the Spooky Shack, fly through the Tree Tops, float through the Deep Dive, and more