Part of speech:
To speak quickly and excitedly; gush.
To splash about
Small, frothy bubbles formed in or on the surface of a liquid, as from fermentation or shaking.
(Informal) A fantastic idea, vain hope or plan, etc.
A pouch or pouchlike structure in an organism, sometimes filled with fluid.
Something beautiful but transient or illusory.
An airtight bag that rises and floats above the earth when filled with hot air or a gas lighter than air, such as hydrogen or helium
Foamy sweat, as that on a racehorse
If an unopened bottle of soda is shaken, the carbon dioxide that is sitting between the liquid and the cap gets suspended back into the liquid and forms larger bubbles in the soda than the bubbles of the dissolved carbon dioxide that was already in the soda. These larger bubbles rise extremely quickly to the surface, exerting more pressure as they push through the soda. This brings the liquid up to the top and causes the bottle of soda to explode all over you.
An effervescent drink
To express or pronounce with a broken, irregular, bubbling sound.
To flow forth suddenly in great volume:
Trickle is defined as to flow slowly in a thin stream, or fall in steady drops.
To become active or lively; start bubbling up, as coffee in a percolator
To keep (a liquid) at or just below the boiling point
To leak, drip, or flow out slowly through small openings or pores; ooze
Eddy is defined as to move in a circular motion against a main current.
To excite; agitate
To break through the gums and become visible
(Informal) To fail or end weakly, especially after a hopeful beginning.
To be brilliant in performance.
The colorless, odorless, tasteless mixture of gases that surrounds the Earth. Air consists of about 78 percent nitrogen and 21 percent oxygen, with the remaining part made up mainly of argon, carbon dioxide, neon, helium, methane, and krypton in decreasing order of volume. Air also contains varying amounts of water vapor, particulate matter such as dust and soot, and chemical pollutants.
To furnish with or collect into beads.
To beat severely
To splash or mark, as with blobs
(Archaic) To while away (time)
Empty is defined as to remove all of something.
To move quickly up and down; to bob up and down, like a cork on rough water.
To plant (a crop, for example) as seeds in soil.
To form or make suds.
To spend idly; waste
An imaginary scheme not likely to be realized; daydream
An imaginary monster made up of grotesquely disparate parts.
A capricious or fantastic idea; a conceit.
An erroneous concept or belief:
A similar arc or band, as one produced by a prism or by iridescence.
To remove the cream from; skim.
To fall into or move through fluid with this effect:
(Intransitive) To fall violently or noisily.
To make or produce by the application of fire or burning heat.
To stir, beat, or shake (milk or cream) in a churn
Smolder is defined as to smoke and burn slowly without flames, or to hold in feelings of anger or hate.
(Mathematics) A real number.
Without a break or opening; completely or continuously:
To be disposed of by sale:
(Intransitive) To become calm.
A structure made by laying cards perpendicularly on top of each other
To cause someone (such as a baby) to burp.
To erupt or explode.
To ripple is to cause the surface of water to form small waves, or the term for the action of the water when it makes small waves.
(Of a liquid) To pour from a container and make this sound
Wood for making matches
Any of various delicate, winged insects of the order Ephemeroptera that develop from aquatic nymphs and in the adult stage live no longer than a few days and do not feed.
A very small drop, esp. of liquid
To send out officially; to deliver by authority; as, to issue an order; to issue a writ.
To undergo washing without fading or other damage:
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