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noun as in fizz, foam

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Cider boasts acidity and (generally) effervescence, both of which cleanse the palate and add brightness and lift to rich dishes.

A lot of people find the effervescence fun in its early stages.

The bloody effervescence of the Bastille gave way to Robespierre and then Napoleon; Stalin crushed Trotsky.

Considerable effervescence takes place, and the mass becomes extremely hot.

Bertrand was silent, almost impassible in the midst of the seething effervescence of the people.

It is rude, but there is nothing for it but to bolt; people like that would take the effervescence off newly opened champagne!

He was in that state of effervescence that demanded an immediate outlet.

What had become of the sparkle and effervescence of the morning?


On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to effervescence, such as: bubbles, ebullition, ferment, fermentation, froth, and sparkle.

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