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n. also bubble gum
1. Chewing gum that can be blown into bubbles.
2. Slang A style of popular music designed to appeal to adolescents, characterized by bouncy rhythms and a generally cheerful tone.
adj. Slang
1. Of or characteristic of bubblegum music: bubblegum rock.
2. Marked by or displaying an adolescent immaturity, as in style or taste.
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(ˈbʌb əlˌgʌm)

a type of chewing gum that can be blown into large bubbles through the lips.
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Looking like a piece of bad civic art from the old Soviet Union, I was surprised (and now pleased) that it was made of combustible fibreglass and not, as I thought, from a large quantity of masticated bubble-gum.
The book's bubble-gum pink cover and pages in pastels really makes the text jump off the page.--L.J.
There's a charming modesty to much of the work: the colorful Styrofoam balls that occupy the corner of a room, a pencil shaved like an apple peel into a graceful helix, the bubble-gum orb that looks like a brain stuck at eye level on the wall.
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