effervescing

ADJECTIVE
  1. emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation
    foamy (or frothy) beer
    bubbling champagne
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How To Use effervescing In A Sentence

  • You'll remember the sort of thing - drop something volatile in a beaker of acid and watch it whiz round and round, effervescing violently and smelling of bad eggs.
  • Silently and patiently did the doctor bear all this, and all the handings of negus, and watching for glasses, and darting for biscuits, and coquetting, that ensued; but, a few seconds after the stranger had disappeared to lead Mrs. Budger to her carriage, he darted swiftly from the room with every particle of his hitherto – bottled – up indignation effervescing, from all parts of his countenance, in a perspiration of passion. The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club
  • I was full and effervescing with joy of creation.
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