effervescently love


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  • adv. In an effervescent manner


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  • That man can make a drink with a ten-second aftertaste that mutates in effervescently-pleasant ways upon the tongue.

    Things I Believe

  • Far less predictable in genre than other Latin Americans who have been singled out for the prize -- Gabriel García Márquez, for instance, or Pablo Neruda -- Vargas Llosa's work can be deadly serious or effervescently funny, his political essays searing, his literary criticism defiantly highbrow.

    The power of Mario Vargas Llosa's words led the political writer to Nobel Prize

  • It's bright and effervescently fruity in a sophisticated manner that manages to avoid all nuances of Kool-Aid fruity and stick to adult, champagne-sipping fruity.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Can the first commenters ask today's CODE WORD and make it super-insightful, effervescently fun, and so revealing of human nature that it gets forwarded around the web 4.7 million times, and so I start to get email from foreign heads of state?

    lulu lumens

  • Critically acclaimed, her writings and programs effervescently encourage!

    Humor for a Sister’s Heart

  • It suddenly seemed ridiculously funny, so light and effervescently joyous, and I cried laughing.

    sheepdip Diary Entry

  • The tentacle hissed effervescently-and where it touched the boat, the boat began to hiss and sparkle too.

    Demons Don't Dream

  • They weren't taking the affair as effervescently as I was.

    For Kicks

  • She led Father into the arbor and effervescently demanded, "Why don't Mother and you have a place like that dear old mansion of Miss Mitchin's, and all those clever people there and all?"

    The Innocents A Story for Lovers

  • Her eyes took in the whole lovely scene, and suddenly, effervescently, her spirits began to rise.



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