effervescence effervescence


  1. (n) the property of giving off bubbles
  2. (n) the process of bubbling as gas escapes



  1. Foam In Mot's cocktail, foam adds texture and fruity flavor to Champagne without altering the effervescence.
  2. The public personality that is built on this sense of style is Coward's one great creation, looming behind all his smaller ones and investing them with special effervescence.
  3. Goode, who was Bexar County's Republican chairman from 1956 to 1961, was handicapped by a flat speaking manner that was no match for Gonzalez' Latino effervescence.


  • Chatting With Health Ade, A Local Kombucha Brewer Using SoCal's Bounty

    Their bubbly kombucha teas have that slightly sweet effervescence we've grown to love, but have added in local fruit juices to further pique our interest. Their seasonal offerings currently include flavors like pink lady apple and plum, but their original and ginger lemon flavors are equally as delightful. [ more › ]
    on June 19, 2013     Source: LAist

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  1. "You know, there's that effervescence that's distinctive about her temperament and personality that makes her very winsome," Roberts said.
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: Rod Roberts Source: Daily Times Herald

  2. If a Nicaraguan canal were built, "it would bring an economic effervescence never seen before in Central America," Bolanos said.
    on Sep 30, 2006 By: Enrique Bolanos Source: NewsMax.com

  3. "And you did it with a smile. You did it with an attitude and an effervescence. They were making a national story out of the enormity of the snowfall," Spitzer said. "But you guys were always there looking upbeat. Nobody ever was on...
    on Feb 21, 2007 By: Eliot Spitzer Source: Newsday

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