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Noun
A (typically spherical) cavity containing air or gas
“Drawn beads are produced from a bubble of molten glass that is drawn into a long hollow tube.”
Noun
A large collection of bubbles, typically formed in a liquid
“The sweet delusion of my soul rises in ecstasy like a bubble in a champagne flute.”
Noun
Used to refer to a good or fortunate situation that is isolated from reality or unlikely to last
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“Polite, deferential service in an old-school Continental-restaurant mode increases the sense of being suspended in a bubble of privilege for a few comfortable hours.”
Noun
An environment wherein one is immersed with little regard for what is external to it
“He lives in his own little bubble where he is king, and his pet dogs are his peons.”
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A (typically sudden) spurt or build-up of something in great quantities
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“It kept Cedarburg from riding the bubble of faux prosperity that enveloped much of the nation.”
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A gurgling sound, such as that of water flowing
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A large African mammal with a very long neck and forelegs, having a coat patterned with brown patches separated by lighter lines
Noun
An object having a spherical shape
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A swelling filled with air or fluid on the surface of a plant, heated metal, painted wood, etc
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The quality of being full of joy and cheerfulness
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A structural element resembling the hollow upper half of a sphere
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An outer covering, typically used for protection
Verb
To produce, or rise up in, bubbles
“The cheap champagne would bubble up out of the mouth of the bottle and inside our mouths.”
Verb
To boil, or to reach boiling point
“As soon as the stock begins to bubble, take the pan off the heat.”
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(somewhat rare) To flow in a (bubbly) stream
“Water would bubble from the fountain into the pond.”
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To gush or brim over with something, sometimes figuratively
“His elation was evident, and he was trying very hard not to bubble over with glee.”
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Burn, simmer
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To break out in blisters
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To speak or write about someone or something with great enthusiasm or admiration
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