effervescence


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ef·fer·vesce

 (ĕf′ər-vĕs′)
intr.v. ef·fer·vesced, ef·fer·vesc·ing, ef·fer·vesc·es
1. To emit small bubbles of gas, as a carbonated or fermenting liquid.
2. To escape from a liquid as bubbles; bubble up.
3. To show high spirits or animation.

[Latin effervēscere : ex-, up, out; see ex- + fervēscere, to start boiling, inchoative of fervēre, to boil; see bhreu- in Indo-European roots.]

ef′fer·ves′cence, ef′fer·ves′cen·cy n.
ef′fer·ves′cent adj.
ef′fer·ves′cent·ly adv.

ef·fer·ves·cence

(ĕf′ər-vĕs′əns)
The bubbling of a solution due to the escape of gas. The gas may form by a chemical reaction, as in a fermenting liquid, or by coming out of solution after having been under pressure, as in a carbonated drink.

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The production of bubbles which rise to the surface in a liquid.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.effervescence - the process of bubbling as gas escapes
natural action, natural process, action, activity - a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings); "the action of natural forces"; "volcanic activity"
2.effervescence - the property of giving off bubbles
gaseousness - having the consistency of a gas

effervescence

noun
1. liveliness, enthusiasm, excitement, vitality, animation, exuberance, high spirits, buoyancy, exhilaration, gaiety, brio, zing (informal), vivacity, ebullience, vim (slang), pizzazz or pizazz (informal) a man of great effervescence and magnetism
2. bubbling, sparkle, foam, foaming, fizz, ferment, froth, frothing, fermentation drink bottled water without natural or added effervescence
Translations
إنْفِعال، هَيَجان الأفْكار
brusenperlen
gos; glaîværî
köpürme

effervescence

[ˌefəˈvesns] Nefervescencia f

effervescence

[ˌɛfərˈvɛsəns] n [person] → entrain m

effervescence

n (lit)Sprudeln nt; (fig)Überschäumen nt, → überschäumendes Temperament

effervescence

[ˌɛfəˈvɛsns] neffervescenza

effervesce

(efəˈves) verb
to give off bubbles of gas; to fizz. The champagne effervesced in the glasses.
ˌefferˈvescence noun
ˌefferˈvescent adjective

effervescence

n. efervescencia, producción de burbujas.
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It is the bribe for living, the champagne of the blood, the effervescence of the ferment--that makes some men think holy thoughts, and other men to see God or to create him when they cannot see him.
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This effervescence made her flit with a bird-like movement, rather than walk by her mother's side.
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Franz and Emil are jolly little lads, quite after my own heart, for the mixture of German and American spirit in the produces a constant state of effervescence. Saturday afternoons are riotous times, whether spent in the house or out, for on pleasant days they all go to walk, like a seminary, with the Professor and myself to keep order, and then such fun!
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Now what will I do?" Polly sprinkled crumbs to the doves, who came daily to be fed, and while she watched the gleaming necks and rosy feet, she racked her brain to devise some unusually delightful way of enjoying herself, for she really had bottled up her spirits so long, they were in a state of uncontrollable effervescence.
Soon after the completion of his college course, his whole nature was kindled into one intense and passionate effervescence of romantic passion.
The affair was described to the messenger with all the effervescence of enthusiasm.