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
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  • 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
  • The effervescent and downright bubbly host has evolved from just another flirtatious cable TV personality into a globe-trotting media mogul.
  • They do not have the same intricate inner workings of women and they are not unfathomable pools of emotions swirling effervescently in a bubbling turmoil of feelings and needs.
  • Hissing seconds pass, a lorry overtakes, effervescent bebop fills the car. THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE
  • Padding her bosom, carrying around an effervescent cocksureness, he kicked his boots to the center of the room and whisked her up the stairs. We Stabbed and a Mighty Scarf Shot Red
  • Although you're trying to take some time out to think a lot of things through, your effervescent personality will still shine. The Sun
  • All carbonates are soluble with effervescence in dilute acids; some, such as chalybite and magnesite, require the aid of heat. A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.
  • One of football's bubbliest characters will need all his effervescence for the meeting not to fall flat. Peter Ridsdale faces big test of his suitability to take over Plymouth
  • It captures the effervescence of the Essex personality and the county's famously vibrant business scene.
  • Baby artichokes en barigoule (braised in white wine and olive oil) came with perfectly soft-boiled halves of quails' eggs and effervescent-tasting violet heartsease flowers.
  • Even David Silva's effervescence seemed to have been quenched, while Samir Nasri has looked much more like the half-drowned butterfly of the second half of last season than the player whose devastatingly penetrative form for Arsenal up to Christmas 2010 persuaded City's recruiters – and just about everyone else in English football – that he was about to become one of the Premier League's most influential performers. Manchester City and Liverpool need a solution for striking flaws | Richard Williams
  • Sativa is the champagne of pot with an effervescence that goes right to your head.
  • Ms. Saunders more than capably fills that information gap: maltier brews will contribute more browning to foods such as poultry that are normally lighter in color, and bottle conditioned beers are more effervescent, and are good in a batter or sauce where the texture will make a difference. Fruit Ales, Mixed Cheese, Fromagination and the Common Link of Lucy Saunders
  • In this chapter we shall address two questions: why was France so effervescent in these years?
  • She called a brewer in California who had made a similarly effervescent beer she'd tasted and asked for his process. Secrets of a Blue-Ribbon Brewmaster
  • His affable and effervescent nature made him an outstanding teacher with a style that was simultaneously demanding and kind. Times, Sunday Times
  • At their most lighthearted, the duo's bouncy ditties are anchored by sumptuous harmonies and effervescent acoustic guitar, mandolin and dulcimer.
  • A little effervescence and spicy notes add to the vibrancy of the wine which is beautifully dry.
  • It is too long and occasionally plodding, and, despite the effervescence of the cast, not every song is a show stopper.
  • No longer will your home be plagued by the penetrating effervescence that periodically resounds from the smallest room in the house.
  • Mercedes To line this car up on an empty highway and roll on the throttle is to experience a unique, Newtonian effervescence, a momentary microgravity when the 4,800-pound dreadnaught around you disappears and you float in a kind of parabolic apogee of pleasure. Olympian Acceleration
  • The original root beer was a low-alcohol, naturally effervescent drink made by fermenting a blend of sugar and yeast with various roots, herbs and barks, such as sarsaparilla, sassafras, wild cherry, wintergreen, vanilla and ginger.
  • The happy surprise is only properly matched by the danger and excitement of cracking open a bottle of the king of effervescence.
  • The effervescency of her passionate and irritable nature rose within her at times to bursting point. The Pocket R.L.S., being favourite passages from the works of Stevenson
  • As they describe Capote's effervescent monologue, you can almost see him sitting on the beige cloth couch, legs crossed, waving his arms around as if starring in his own movie.
  • Well," said Miriam, with a little laugh, which was not exactly the light effervescence of gaiety, "your people, if they love one another, say so outright, without any roundaboutness. Miriam's Schooling and Other Papers
  • Effervescence also helps reduce creatine destruction in the acid environment of your stomach.
  • Her effervescent personality has undoubtedly played its part in that surge in interest. Times, Sunday Times
  • The moonlight cast its effervescent glow over the beguiling gardens of the large castle; pinpricks of light illuminated the path that Callista knew so well.
  • Miniature ravines, waterfalls and cascades created effervescent sounds as the water gushed between the rocks.
  • Landis is bubbly, effervescent, and clearly chock full of manic energy.
  • Except in years he was not young; he could not manage to be "clubable"; he was serious and awkward at a supper party; he was altogether without the effervescence which is necessary in order to avoid flatness. Michael
  • Her effervescent presence led colleagues to liken her to a glass of champagne. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her effervescent personality has undoubtedly played its part in that surge in interest. Times, Sunday Times
  • I was pleasantly surprised with this wine, which had a slight effervescence and an intense fruitiness.
  • And what is it that produces the effervescency and that thick yellow vapour? Conversations on Chemistry, V. 1-2 In Which the Elements of that Science Are Familiarly Explained and Illustrated by Experiments
  • To observe the effect of integrate with treatment leucorrhoea decoction and Jialikang effervescent vaginal tablets, i.
  • Yet, along with the soaring voices and jaunty hand-clapping of La La La Song, Low seem in effervescent, ebullient mood.
  • Where Carol Shields is swift, effervescent, and inclined to ideas, Alice Elliott Dark is introspective, brooding, willing to risk a kind of Jamesian stasis in the hope of deepening our engagement with her characters. An Endangered Species
  • I don't want this night to ever end! judge Bruno Tonioli effervesced about that performance. 'Dancing with the Stars' penultimate night: We watch so you don't have to
  • I think the danger of bringing back the old cast is that it'll look like a stunt," admits Sinclair, who is quick to add, however, that Spelling brings a welcome "effervescence" to the show. Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
  • Even so, former and likely future Governor Jerry Brown, the old effervescence rising anew, likes to say now that "the breakdown is going to become the breakthrough. William Bradley: Mad Men's Surprising Yet Logical Finale: Don Draper Goes All Cali in 'Tomorrowland'
  • They are blessed with youthful effervescence, a decent front man and scratchy lead guitar.
  • The parking attendant ushered us into a spot right outside and we were met at the door by the bouncing effervescent staff.
  • Her effervescent personality has undoubtedly played its part in that surge in interest. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hissing seconds pass, a lorry overtakes, effervescent bebop fills the car. THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE
  • 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. Parading One’s Vocabulary
  • At least Busted have a hormonal effervescence and irrepressible spunkiness that's genuinely teenage.
  • Both have the kind of effervescent feel that attracts the young. How to Be Silicon Valley
  • I want it to be a result of an exuberance, an uncontainable joy that's so effervescent within that there is no way I could contain it.
  • Nothing turns from effervescent nectar to curdled crud as fast and as completely as comedy.
  • his fertile effervescent mind
  • With its slight sweetness and slight effervescence, it left me with a smile on my face.
  • Already exhibiting the characteristic kerosene aromas of the grape, this example is bone dry with a little effervescence.
  • In these gently rocking gospel rhythms lies just enough effervescence to point the way toward pop music, just enough pain to point the way toward soul music and just enough swing to suggest the bustling bebop of jazz.
  • Wherever she appeared, the vivid personality of Mrs. Stewart made a kind of effervescence which that indescribable entity, a vivid personality, is sure to keep fizzing about it. The Invader A Novel
  • His affable and effervescent nature made him an outstanding teacher with a style that was simultaneously demanding and kind. Times, Sunday Times
  • This effect, called effervescence, is found in many commercial antacid products which use sodium carbonate as an active ingredient.
  • Too nervous to savour the crisp dry effervescence, he downs the glass with two gulps and refills it, carefully this time.
  • The "effervescence" he refers to was chlorine, which he proceeded to confine in a suitable vessel and examine more fully. A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume IV: Modern Development of the Chemical and Biological Sciences
  • The purpose of Gould's effervescent new book is to eulogise the distinctive rationalities of story-telling and other non-scientific ways of thinking.
  • The effervescence she brought to that role comes through here, only not in quite such an idiotic way.
  • The feel-good element comes from Mumbai having this extraordinary resilience and effervescence of energy.
  • Metabolicsince hctz may unpleasant effervescent cholesterol by 11%, ldl fruit cholesterol by 12%, and vldl nausea cholesterol rays by 50%, and since it may bring skin secretion, it should reverse mentioned with ageusia in queries with hypercholesterolemia and/or diabetes. Wii-volution
  • A new spiritual paradigm is emerging from the present religious effervescence.
  • They are blessed with youthful effervescence, a decent front man and scratchy lead guitar.
  • In fact, having a bath in that water was quite an experience; it effervesced. A Spell For Chameleon
  • For the rest, that there is 'effervescence' who doubts? The French Revolution
  • The relatively limited success of new religious movements in Italy can not only be directly linked to the effervescence of the Catholic lay religious aggregations but also to a specific ecclesiastic strategy and structure.
  • Made by rubber, effervesce layer to reduce the fatigue of the foot and legs.
  • Made schemes to retain effervescent collaboration without moving to a commune? Allow me to make the case | Radical Futures Project
  • This time the result is an orchestral showpiece of irresistible effervescence.
  • I plunge into the old town, an effervescent mixture of colourful sights and exotic smells.
  • Paula's distinctive art is everywhere, adding colour and a light-hearted atmosphere that reflects her effervescent personality.
  • Cobain, a modern dandy in purple flares and kipper tie, is effervescently enthusiastic about all things mind - expanding.
  • The effervescent performance of certain sought-after addresses is flattering the figures. Times, Sunday Times
  • The following year, the local middle classes organised the new Bonfire Societies and controlled popular effervescence became a tourist attraction.
  • 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. King of the Political Gaffes
  • He raised his glass, looked at the clear, effervescent liquid with the light glinting invitingly through it, swirled it a little, inhaled approvingly, and took a cautious sip, but he didn't swallow immediately.
  • José Luis Cuerda's The Education of Fairies is a slight and effervescent, but charming and thoughtful demythification of a" happily ever after "romantic ideal," writes acquarello. GreenCine Daily: Weekend shorts.
  • Full and potent but not too weighty, Montes Alpha Chardonnay 2003 exhibits a peachy, grapey nose with a slight effervescence.
  • My heart will join with yours and bubble over with effervescent adoration.
  • The vibe in the water was one of nervous effervescence.
  • M.reover, the "violent effervescence" which he describes as ensuing on the latter being dropped into an acid, does not of necessity take place: in M. Guimet's finest variety, the brilliant ultramarine, acid produces little or no effervescence. Field's Chromatography or Treatise on Colours and Pigments as Used by Artists
  • The effervescent performance of certain sought-after addresses is flattering the figures. Times, Sunday Times
  • I sense a tension between the two of them, despite their apparent effervescence.
  • Heating the acid makes it more reactive, prompting effervescence from even the least soluble carbonates.
  • Temperature, tannins and the effervescence of sparkling wines are perceived through the sense of touch in the mouth.
  • You strain to make this out through a thicket of orange loops that give a subtle texture and an unsubtle effervescence to the canvas, which looks ready to bounce off the wall.
  • The effervescence among them must be experienced to be believed.
  • Business here is often brisk, overseen by the effervescent proprietor who mans the steamy open kitchen.
  • Effervescent, lyrical, plangent, wistful by turns, this score surrounds the immortal hit "Le Tourbillon de La Vie" (The Whirlwind of Life), which Ms. Moreau and the composer Bassiak (playing her lover in the movie) made into a world-wide hit, although it had been written seven years earlier. For the Love of a Fickle Woman
  • Her effervescent presence led colleagues to liken her to a glass of champagne. Times, Sunday Times
  • Joanne, an effervescent 42-year-old mother of seven, is a shadchan, one of the matchmakers who devote hours each day to arranging matrimonial blind dates, or shidduchs.
  • Kissing my mother and padding her bosom, carrying a banal effervescent cocksureness, he kicked his boots to the center of the room, and whisked her up the stairs. Carolina Grüber: I
  • They have the fruit quality of a red wine, with the acidity and effervescence to be the ideal palate cleanser with cheese.
  • The parents effervesced with pride over their new baby.
  • Insurrection of Women, how foisonless, unedifying, undelightful; like small ale palled, like an effervescence that has effervesced! The French Revolution
  • Given all the efforts to create an effervescent and strikingly different personality for this car, it will break the hearts of Citroën's designers to hear that in the week I test-drove the DS3, three separate people asked me how I liked the "new Mini". Car review: Citroën DS3
  • Except in years he was not young; he could not manage to be "clubable"; he was serious and awkward at a supper party; he was altogether without the effervescence which is necessary in order to avoid flatness. Michael
  • It is however, nicely dry with a trace of effervescence and plenty of natural acidity (too much probably).
  • Something tells me that this effervescent charmer will have no trouble attracting travelling companions.
  • Do not heat the acid to the boiling point, as boiling is not effervescence.
  • Only he would seize on the effervescent cinematic potential of anything from Lund's ability to wiggle her ears to a chance to pastiche an hour of Paris, Texas in two minutes flat.
  • Her personality was effervescent and her addition to a cast was one of joy. Times, Sunday Times
  • But with her effervescent personality and permanent smile, she could not be a finer ambassador. Times, Sunday Times
  • She quickly became a favourite in the London comedy clubs, tearing up audiences with her very own brand of effervescence.
  • The green wash seems to drain the colour out of other effervescent aspects of our lives. Times, Sunday Times
  • His affable and effervescent nature made him an outstanding teacher with a style that was simultaneously demanding and kind. Times, Sunday Times
  • To this day I can not look at a plate of aloo wadas without evoking tremors of gastric effervescence within.
  • But with her effervescent personality and permanent smile, she could not be a finer ambassador. Times, Sunday Times
  • As the pale golden fluid effervesced merrily in the light, Francesca believed she had finally arrived in the winner's circle. Critical Condition
  • Not to be confused with tartrate, creatine titrate works along the same lines as effervescent creatine products, minus the bubbles.
  • You could call Kim effervescent and tremendous fun in her naked patriotism, or you could call her very irritating.
  • Many different approaches have been tried which is the hallmark of great intellectual effervescence.
  • Effervescence in the army diminished over the winter, and the king came to regard Bouillé as someone whom he could perhaps rely on.
  • Monica will bring to these concerts the fruits of her demanding approach in rehearsal, her natural virtuosity as a player and her effervescent, charismatic musicianship.
  • Most effervescent creatine products contain creatine citrate or creatine monohydrate along with bicarbonate and citric acid.
  • Her personality was effervescent and her addition to a cast was one of joy. Times, Sunday Times
  • MelangePure coffee with effervesced milk and chocolate. cheezburger - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • 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. Archive 2009-05-01
  • He wrote about Gillespie's effervescence, magnetism and commitment.
  • Slowly and inexorably though, his effervescence and buoyancy turned to bitterness.
  • Despite such effervescence, however, there remains an underlying sense of incompleteness in the production.
  • It is true, the populace retained themselves; but there arose a perpetual hum and bustle from the throng round the palace, which added to the noise of fireworks, the frequent explosion of arms, the tramp to and fro of horsemen and carriages, to which effervescence he was the focus, retarded his recovery. II.1
  • Always she was disappointed, but always she effervesced anew — over the Main Street
  • It's effervescent and sparkly, but like champagne it can become indigestible after prolonged exposure.
  • Ah," effervesced the little man, "and did you have a wonderful time? Life, the Universe, and Everything
  • The Education of Fairies is a slight and effervescent, but charming and thoughtful demythification of a "happily ever after" romantic ideal, "writes The Magicians, a doc that sounds doubly intriguing for cinephiles. GreenCine Daily
  • Likewise, those that thought they were too ephemeral and effervescent, began to appreciate them.
  • The kind where just sitting down in a chair turns into some kind of effervescent event. May 2007
  • Temperature, tannins and the effervescence of sparkling wines are perceived through the sense of touch in the mouth.
  • When the effervescent teenage waiter boogied past us on his way another table, M stopped him with the question that was clearly eating him.
  • It tasted yeasty, with a slight hint of effervescence, and began almost instantly to produce a slow easing of inhibitions.
  • Its finely pearled effervescence is long lasting in the glass.
  • The concerti themselves have such delicacy in the dance movements, and a wide variety of moods elsewhere, from the sad siciliana to the most effervescent of optimism in some of the allegros. Audiophile Audition Headlines
  • Always the scholar and never the socialite, I adapted to pre-teen activities and the effervescence of wide-eyed, precocious little girls, much to my delight.
  • Ugh! And the gassy effervescence that rises from the thin pipes of the little boys! and the street tunes eructed in a hiccough, like the run of a lamp-chain when you pull it up, mingling with the noisy bellow of the basses! The Cathedral
  • He became a curious mixture of internal melancholy and external effervescence.
  • There is a large dose of Arcade Fire's jubilance, but with a greater effervescence (like a sheer wash of fluorescent color dripping down) and it is uncanny how the swoops and lilts of Simon Balthazar's voice evoke a young David Byrne. Heather Browne: Fanfarlo Shimmers and Spins Into Denver This Friday
  • So I read a little Chandler, and Jeeves effervesced over to my writing room. Wake Up, Sir!
  • The following year, the local middle classes organised the new Bonfire Societies and controlled popular effervescence became a tourist attraction.
  • That was the defining message from an utterly riveting battle between Heriot's and Melrose, which sizzled with enough effervescent vim to warm the coldest of hearts.
  • Would that you again resemble the inconstant people who knew only effervescence, which we falsely called enthusiasm!
  • The effervescence which is appearing in all quarters, and the desertion of their followers, will frown them into silence -- at least for a while. Life and Times of Washington, Volume 2 Revised, Enlarged, and Enriched
  • Lime and lemon flavours jostle for attention alongside a lively effervescence and floral nose.
  • One moment of effervescence in 2002 does not signal a change in fortunes.
  • He is bubbly, effervescent, and clearly chock full of manic energy.
  • Debarred from ordinary amusements or occupations, the irrepressible need of expression effervesced in rhymes as rugged and unlovely as the writers, and ream upon ream of verse accumulated. Anne Bradstreet and Her Time
  • Cockshot is bottled effervescency, the sworn foe of sleep. Memories and Portraits
  • But effervescence keeps your taste buds alive.
  • Extraordinary personalities converged at this time, resulting in the effervescence of Austrian modernism.
  • A moment later he was back to his effervescent self, swooping Rob's hot dog up off the grill and into a bun in one fluid movement.
  • It may also be that the effervescence of the sparklers masks low levels of corkiness. On corks and corkiness
  • Although you're trying to take some time out to think a lot of things through, your effervescent personality will still shine. The Sun
  • A gentle effervescence fills the mouth, then gives way to all the grandeur of the Chardonnay.
  • Care should be taken that only a small portion of the mineral is used, and also but little acid; the action should be observed, and is frequently a characteristic, in the case with calcspar, which effervesces while dissolving. Scientific American Supplement, No. 344, August 5, 1882
  • This being all that I could think of, I relaxed from these grave considerations; whereupon my mind bubbled at once into an effervescency of pleasing spirits, and it was like one treading on air that I turned homeward. David Balfour, a sequel to Kidnapped.
  • his fertile effervescent mind
  • The effervescent and heady drink is retailed in two air-conditioned halls of this outlet, which is frequented by a growing segment of young professionals and students.
  • The original root beer was a low-alcohol, naturally effervescent drink.
  • He is respected, and also liked for his effervescent personality. The Sun
  • And apart from supertitles that were rarely in sync, Bel Cantanti's production rode Puccini's effervescent wave impressively. A night at the opera, small-scale but satisfying
  • Champagnes also take on a deeper golden color as they age and tend to lose some of their effervescence.
  • Always the scholar and never the socialite, I adapted to pre-teen activities and the effervescence of wide-eyed, precocious little girls, much to my delight.
  • This is a summertime standard, with its fresh orchard fruit aromas and a lively hint of effervescence.
  • It tasted yeasty, with a slight hint of effervescence, and began almost instantly to produce a slow easing of inhibitions.
  • 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. A Quotation Mark Question
  • Champagnes also take on a deeper golden colour as they age and tend to lose some of their effervescence.

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