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adjective as in fizzy

noun as in effervescence

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“This could metastasize into a much more traditional recession, and those who have been able to work from home and not had to experience the pain of the broader economy may see those bubbles burst,” Swonk said.

When we were able to watch these games in the bubble, if you were paying attention, you were able to hear so much more of the communication on the court, because there were no fans making noise.

From Ozy

Switch to a silicone spatula and continue to stir until the mixture comes to a boil — ideally, look for fat bubbles breaking the surface near the center of the saucepan.

In the last quarter, law firm Cooley found that funding rounds that resulted in an uptick in valuations fell to their lowest level since the first quarter of 2017, when fears of a tech bubble soared but never quite found a cliff.

From Fortune

They learned plenty about the virus, and time helped the NBA, WNBA and NHL develop bubble concepts to complete their seasons.

The shared feelings, the bubbling emotion, the awe: she became an experience.

I ask him where the hate bubbling beneath the surface comes from—a rage best exhibited by his SERENITY NOW!

Most of all, Orman reflects a bubbling Main Street frustration with hyper-partisan gridlock.

In L.A., the really exhilarant cooking was bubbling up from the bottom, not trickling down from the top.

“But now the lid is coming off and overt racism is bubbling out,” says Bennett.

At lunch he was the greatest possible fun, bubbling over with jokes and witty sallies.

All this bubbling of sap and slipping of sheaths and bursting of calyxes was carried to her on mingled currents of fragrance.

In the midst of its heaving waters he quickly arose flinging his long arms wildly about, and shouting for help with bubbling cry.

Then the preceptor saw no more, save a wider, deeper bubbling in the spot where he had discovered the body.

Then the water boils over and finally becomes a bubbling volcano which readily ejects the contents of the jar.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bubbling, such as: carbonated, ebullient, effervescent, effusive, exuberant, and yeasty.

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