hubbly

hubbly

(ˈhʌbəlɪ)
adj, -blier or -bliest
having an uneven surface; rough; bumpy; choppy
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It also features a lounge where residents and visitors can enjoy hubbly bubbly while winding down the day after work or getting ready for the weekend.
The laidback vibe is further complemented with a range of flavourful hubbly bubbly.
Vibrant Saturdays brings happy hour from 6:30pm at Gemmayze, with select spirits and hops from only QR35, with an extra 50 percent off hubbly bubbly, and live Oud entertainment, while Levantine Nights presents Haitham Dassouki lively performances at Gemmayze for a fantastic start to Friday night.
I remember taking back the hubbly bubbly bottles back to the Valley Club on Rockwood Avenue."
After Iftar enjoy a breeze on the rooftop where different flavours of hubbly bubbly will be served.
Waterpipe smoking (also known as narghile, shisha, hubbly bubbly, gozza, boori, or hookah) has been widely used to smoke tobacco in Africa and Asia as a cultural phenomenon [1].
I told her to get rid of her hubbly bubbly (hookah).
"I am not defending the hookah or smoking, but we must defend our investments." The pastime of smoking shisha - also known as nargile, hubbly bubbly, hookah or by other names across the Middle East - is engrained in Jordanian culture from the time of the Ottoman Empire.
| PRIZE: Winner of best turned out at the Horseman''s Carol Service was Lisa Emmerson riding Hubbly Bubbly, pictured with judge Michael Pickering.
A social and non-aggressive alternative to drinking is the Argilla 'hubbly bubbly' pipe, soothing and relaxing but as addictive as smoking cigarettes.