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Kindness was ready in her mind; it but lacked the touch of an occasion to effervesce and crystallise.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, VOLUME XXIROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
A wineglass of the cream to a tumbler of water, with sufficient carbonate of soda to make it effervesce.
MY PET RECIPES, TRIED AND TRUEVARIOUS
The Froh theme, too, is a trifle flat: it does not effervesce or sparkle: the "dewy splendour" of the Valkyrie music is not on it.
RICHARD WAGNERJOHN F. RUNCIMAN
Before using, it should be treated with dilute hydrochloric acid until it does not effervesce any more.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT, NO. 392, JULY 7, 1883VARIOUS
A wine-glass of the cream to a tumbler of water, with sufficient carbonate of soda to make it effervesce.
BURROUGHS' ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF ASTOUNDING FACTS AND USEFUL INFORMATION, 1889BARKHAM BURROUGHS
His policy, therefore, was to stir their feelings, and then withdraw to watch their feelings effervesce.
THE SWEDISH REVOLUTION UNDER GUSTAVUS VASAPAUL BARRON WATSON
There they cannot lie still: they stir, and effervesce, and inoculate the portions with which they are in closest contact.
THE PARABLES OF OUR LORDWILLIAM ARNOT
We are glad to see the national mind beginning to effervesce on art subjects.
CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 5, ISSUE 2, FEBRUARY, 1864VARIOUS
Debby gently drew the curtains, and stole away, leaving Aunt Pen's wrath to effervesce before morning.
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOL. 12, AUGUST, 1863, NO. 70VARIOUS
All tiredness passed away, though perhaps it continued to effervesce in my head a little.
MEMOIRS OF A MIDGETWALTER DE LA MARE

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