American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Full of or producing bubbles: a bubbly drink; a bubbly soap.
- adj. Resembling bubbles: big, bubbly clouds.
- adj. Full of high spirits; effervescent: bright, bubbly children.
- n. Informal Champagne.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of bubbles: as, “bubbly spume,”
- Snotty: as, the bairn has a bubbly nose.
- adj. Full of bubbles.
- adj. informal Cheerful, lively.
- adj. Having the characteristics of bubbles.
- adj. economics Having the characteristics of economic bubbles.
- n. informal Champagne.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Abounding in bubbles; bubbling.
- n. a white sparkling wine either produced in Champagne or resembling that produced there
- adj. emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation
- adj. full of or showing high spirits
- bubble + -y (Wiktionary)
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“In her neighborhood, India was known as a bubbly child who appeared to be in good health and well cared for.”
“Any reason to open a bottle of bubbly is just fine with me!”
“One of them even contained a picture of a woman with red hair covered in bubbly, magical looking water.”
“Bright and impressively flavorful from the first refreshing sip, this affordable bubbly is made with 60% pinot noir and 40% chardonnay by”
““Hair of the dog,” I mutter under my breath as a generous flute of bubbly is put into my reluctant hand.”
“On the other hand The Old Field's bubbly is Blanc de Noir as do well-known bubbly producers like Gruet Winery, Domaine Chandon, Schramsberg, etc.”
“First Impression: Judy is described as a bubbly and talkative woman with old-fashioned values.”
“Sparkling wine, whether you call it Champagne, Cava, Prosecco, or just bubbly, is the perfect wine for romance … and for a wedding.”
“Half the fun of drinking bubbly is seeing what damage you can do with the exploding cork.”
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