Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Effervescing; having the property of effervescence; of a nature to effervesce.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Gently boiling or bubbling, by means of the disengagement of gas.
- adj. used of wines and waters; charged naturally or artificially with carbon dioxide
- adj. marked by high spirits or excitement
- adj. (of a liquid) giving off bubbles
- From Latin effervēscō ("boil up") (Wiktionary)
“Made schemes to retain effervescent collaboration without moving to a commune?”
“In particular, I note that there's a costume for the word "effervescent" in Frasier's gallery that I've seen replicated at a couple of Vocabulary Fairs, in at least one case winning a prize.”
“Mojito": The "mojito" was a sort of jelly that had the flavors of a mojito - mint, lime and sugar, and was kind of effervescent and liquidy in the center.”
“The kind where just sitting down in a chair turns into some kind of effervescent event.”
“I tend to use single quotes any time I want to mark out a word for particular emphasis, whether for sarcastic purposes or because I'm discussing the word itself e.g., "When using a term like 'effervescent' it pays to make sure you know what it means, first.”
“By Anonymous, at Mon Mar 12, 12:15:00 PM now I see Blamerbell describing you as "effervescent" Glyn I feel sure that actually you're pretty indestructable.”
“Both have the kind of effervescent feel that attracts the young.”
“Like its disc companion THE RING, CHAMPAGNE shows Hitchcock compensating for a milquetoast story by revelling in audacious one might even say "effervescent" camera technique, montage, and opportunities for droll humor.”
“This kind of effervescent, fully charged sense of soup that delivers ideas.”
“His 2003 production of "The Triumph of Love" in London, for example, was hailed as "an enjoyable romp" (the Guardian) while his 2008 production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," also in London, was called "effervescent" (the Sunday Times).”
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