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She had excellent cause to remember the ebullition, for it was some time before she laughed again.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
To scare the grocer with a slouch hat and a medieval oath was not only a youthful ebullition, it was a symbolic act.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
Unlike that of the Great Geyser, it is always in ebullition, and its temperature is subject to comparatively slight differences.
Fred was right; the two elders did soon make it up, and the political ebullition seemed to be forgotten.
CROWN AND SCEPTREGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
When aquafortis is poured on it it produces ebullition, especially, as I have found, if the Crystal has been pulverized.
TREATISE ON LIGHTCHRISTIAAN HUYGENS
The war was not the sudden ebullition of frenzied fear; it was a carefully prepared campaign.
THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM
This ebullition of spasmodic courage entitles the Deputy-Adjutant-General to special mention in the dispatches of his chief.
If kept boiling in sufficient water, the macaroni requires no attention—ebullition prevents it sticking to the saucepan.
I have already had more than one ebullition of petulance to contend with.
His dismissal was the signal for a general ebullition in his favour.

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