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Correct spelling:
bubbly
Definition:
emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation; " bubbling champagne"; " foamy ( or frothy) beer"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
bubbly.
bubbly
cloudy, effervescent, fizzy, foamy, frothy, Lathered.
feisty
excitable, hot-blooded, zestful, Gutty, hotblooded, full of pep.
mixed
beaten.
perky
perky, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, in fine fettle.
sparkling
aerated, bubbling, carbonated, effervescent, fizzy, gassy, spumante.
sudsy
soapy.
vivacious
animated, dynamic, energetic, enthusiastic, full of life, high-spirited, lively, peppy, perky, sparkling, spirited, vibrant, zesty.
adverb
bubbly
frothily, Boilingly, Cloudily, effervescently.
adverb
bubbly
frothily, Boilingly, Cloudily, effervescently.
noun
bubbly
bubbling, champagne, effervescent, effervescing, foaming, foamy, frothy, lively.
food
bubbly, champagne.
Examples of usage:
  1. That was good, because the grave that is kept bubbly with tears is a tender, quivering thing, almost like an amputated bit of self that still aches with threads of life. – The Vertical City by Fannie Hurst
  2. As she stood with the bubbly baby in her arms and looked up at Polk I couldn't see how he could take it calmly. – The Tinder-Box by Maria Thompson Daviess
  3. It was astonishing, the change the past half- year had worked in the child; and as the two climbed the hill together, to the accompaniment of Pin's bubbly talk, Laura stole look after look at her little sister, in the hope of growing used to what she saw. – The Getting of Wisdom by Henry Handel Richardson
  4. Grease was added then, a little at a time, and stirred well through, changing the black- brown lye into a light- brown, bubbly mass. – Dishes & Beverages of the Old South by Martha McCulloch Williams
  5. Four- eyed fish skittered over the water, pale as the ghosts of fish, and when quiet, showing only as a pair of bubbly eyes. – Jungle Peace by William Beebe

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