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adjective as in bubbly

adjective as in fizzy

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Finally, there are Neptune-like gassy planets that may be hot or cold.

Super-Earths, not seen in our solar system, are a close second with Jupiter-like giant gassy planets coming in third.

The events can either be “gas wet,” meaning the parties involved are cold and gassy, or “gas dry,” where the bodies are older and have used up their gases.

The surface glow comes from hot minerals on Venus’s terrain, while the night glow is emitted by gassy molecules in the air.

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The reality show about a 6-year-old pageant queen and her gassy, coupon-hoarding family has been both popular and controversial.

In other words, the gassy beasts made the world pretty warm and not so pleasant to live in.

But there were two or three English nobs there who were so gassy in their style, that I forgot my Deutsch for the moment.

Many total abstainers from alcohol are tempted to take "gassy" drinks, fizzes and so forth.

When a cheese is gassy, the sides are most liable to be bulged and the body is full of gas holes or pockets.

A Brick cheese-maker has no means of controlling gassy fermentations.

Because of the high acid development, it often happens that the cheese will not be gassy but will be sour.


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gassy, such as: carbonated, effervescent, aerated, bubbling, fizzy, and spumante.

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