Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of bubble.

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Examples

  • His lips moved, and—thanks to my latest upgrade—the word bubbled inside my head.

    Crashed

  • His lips moved, and—thanks to my latest upgrade—the word bubbled inside my head.

    Crashed

  • His lips moved, and—thanks to my latest upgrade—the word bubbled inside my head.

    Skinned

  • His lips moved, and—thanks to my latest upgrade—the word bubbled inside my head.

    Skinned

  • The word bubbled from her throat and Jordanna swallowed.

    Ride the Thunder

  • The word bubbled from her throat and Jordanna swallowed.

    Ride the Thunder

  • The word bubbled from her throat and Jordanna swallowed.

    Ride the Thunder

  • The word bubbled from her throat and Jordanna swallowed.

    Ride the Thunder

  • Her skin was ghostly white, smeared with splashes of mud and dribbles of blood which now gurgled and bubbled from the corners of her mouth.

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  • Willingham has already been traded once, in the 2008 offseason, and last year his name bubbled up in numerous rumors.

    Josh Willingham, a possible all-star, wants to stay a National

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