[ UK /ˈɛfəvˌɛs/ ]
become bubbly or frothy or foaming
The boiling soup was frothing
The river was foaming
How To Use effervesce In A Sentence
- It is a kind of effervescent drink that you make by adding water to the crystals and it is supposed to ‘pick you up’ and get you ready to go when you have had too much to drink the night before.
- After a long, tedious sail, during which I was subjected to every discomfort, and exposure to the weather, as well as jeers and insults that effervesced from a corrupt heart, where they had been concealed for so many years, we reached a spot near enough to the land to discover a cluster of orange trees and a cabin. Bond and Free: A Tale of the South
- Talk Of The Town: If you're at a loose end in Hargeisa after dipping into the cacophonous effervescence of markets crowded with donkey carts amid the amplified calls of the muezzin, you could do worse than go to the Imperial Hotel, just beyond the walled presidential palace. Mike Arkus: Off the Beaten Track: A Few Pointers for Navigating Somaliland (PHOTOS)
- A bunch of Brits in this effervescent reissue of the trumpeter's journeys from trad to mainstream.
- The green wash seems to drain the colour out of other effervescent aspects of our lives. Times, Sunday Times
- With the airy animation and effervescence of his personality, he seems to bob like a buoy on the ocean.
- The language in the article had the same breezy effervescence as the ideas and images of the building itself.
- The introduction - oddly named as it contains many major spoilers - is a welcome chance to hear the effervescent, elfin man discuss his themes and modifications to Gorky's work.
- He became a curious mixture of internal melancholy and external effervescence.
- He is respected, and also liked for his effervescent personality. The Sun