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adjective as in fizzing, foaming

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Our heroine, in a choice that might have seemed subversive before Lewinsky’s reemergence but now just feels obvious, is the lovelorn, early-20s Monica, given sympathetic voice by the preternaturally effervescent Beanie Feldstein.

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The Flip 5 is the size of a 16-ounce soda can and its sound is just as effervescent.

To add insult to injury, Lady Parts gets written up in the interview as “unskilled,” but the show’s actual music is a blast — rushes of joy on an already sweet and effervescent show.

Fill a pint glass with water, drop in a tablet, and in a few minutes the tab will completely dissolve, leaving you with a slightly sweet, effervescent beverage that I find endlessly refreshing.

In this effervescent novel, he captures that transition in the experiences of people swept along by it.

The 28-year-old Sciortino is something of a hipster Jayne Mansfield—busty, unnaturally blonde, and calculatingly effervescent.

In our interview, Moreno is effervescent and irreverent, with a genuine gift of the gab.

Who was that bubbly, effervescent redhead hosting ‘Chelsea Lately’ on Monday night?

According to the latest article by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren, Israeli democracy is “more robust and effervescent than ever.”

In contrast to the seriousness and heavy-handedness of late-era Idol, X Factor feels positively effervescent.

Perhaps, as men get older, the effervescent elation of youth leaves them; but they are none the less happy.

All three were fond of talking, and had many callers who liked to hear the feebly effervescent news of Wellwood.

His style has a certain effervescent quality, but, for all that, the tragic developments of the story are not shirked.

Forbes was in a champagne humor; his soul seemed to be effervescent with little bubbles of joy.

His presence acted as a check upon the experimental tendencies of the more effervescent of his subjects.


On this page you'll find 91 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to effervescent, such as: airy, bouncy, bubbly, frothy, sparkling, and boiling.

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