bubbling[ buhb-uhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bubbling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUBBLING
It was red from heat, and the water was bubbling away in its boiler.
Phoebe's indignation was cumulative always, and was now bubbling into wrath.
He was bubbling over with excitement and the sense of his own huge importance.
Gubblum's porridge was bubbling, and the thivel worked vigorously.
Then, at last, when they were alone, he loosed the question that was bubbling on his lips.
The cell becomes different from the rest in gravity, voltage and bubbling.
He sipped at his bubbling tumbler and smacked his thin lips.
When he succeeded, he felt within him the bubbling of a sweet contentment.
There, near a bubbling spring, Puss had hidden since daybreak.
There was a bubbling fountain of good-humor about him that seemed inexhaustible.