He bubbles over so easily and charms us with his frankness and unconscious humor.
The letter which he wrote on December 29 to Jennens bubbles over with joy.
The shallower a man's love, the more it bubbles over into eloquence.
I suspect the depth of the emotion which bubbles over into words, and finds no difficulty in expressing itself.
Martin Chuzzlewit bubbles over with eating and drinking; and “Todgers” has become as proverbial as Hamlet.
The Sprudel, or Bubbling Well, bubbles over in a stream of almost boiling hot water five or six inches in diameter.
That is their spring of mate-winning and nest-building, and it bubbles over with life and song.
It bubbles over with the delight in mere living, and is full of kindly feeling toward all the world.
Mary Jane is the typical American little girl who bubbles over with fun and the good things in life.