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  • adj. comparative form of bubbly: more bubbly


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  • TORONTO (AP) - Clutching two paper cups of cola, Denver coach George Karl planned to celebrate New Year's Eve, and his 900th career victory, with something stronger but not bubblier.

  • Peris seemed bubblier than he had a month ago—all the Crims did—but Tally no longer saw improvement in him from day to day.

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  • All day, every day, bubblier than you can imagine.

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  • More intense than you ever felt as an ugly, more alive than a wolf taking its prey, even bubblier than ancient Rusty soldiers killing one another over some plot of oilrich desert.

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  • I can't quite decide which I prefer (somehow each seems rather appropriate, kittenpie being my bubblier self and my real self hiding in the shadows around here).

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  • Appearance: bubblier than Perkuno's Hammer; a deep mahogany with substantial, but wispy tan head

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  • If she sounded any bubblier, the dishwasher would overflow.

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  • On a Mission (Rinse/Columbia), was released in Britain this year, recalling less the dubstep and U.K. funky genres normally associated with the producers she has worked with (like Benga and Geeneus) than the crossover American club sounds of the early 1990s that are derived from the bubblier and more accessible side of house music.

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  • Two wins, a brace of clean sheets and five goals means eternal optimist Owen Coyle is bubblier than ever.

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  • If you want bubblier champagne in the glass, you can try wiping the flutes vigorously with a towel to leave some fibers behind. Top headlines


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