effervescence


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effervescence

[ef′ərves′əns]
Etymology: L, effervescere, to foam up
the production of small bubbles or foam associated with the escape of gas from a fluid.

effervescence

(ĕf-ĕr-vĕs′ĕns)
Formation of gas bubbles that rise to the surface of a fluid.
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There are a growing number of interesting ingredients that mixologists are using to imbue their drinks with effervescence and panache.
He claimed he was hitting the ball better than ever in the practice sessions leading up to the start of Roland Garros, but he was blown away by the energy and effervescence of his much younger opponent.
And long may he continue to do so with as much effervescence and enthusiasm as ever.
But their required effervescence is often met by indifference or rejection, which makes me - and all the other people trying to duck and weave their way through the mall - the bad guys.
The film's blend of comedy and gentle romance seems like a perfect fit for the lead actress but not even her excellent comic timing and natural effervescence can conceal the lack of warmth and emotion.
Nightmare-to-gauge opening woodwinds in A Midsummer Night's Dream overture were a delight: spot on and with perfect intonation, a magical performance dancing with effervescence and humour.
Tonight when Vera discovers that her daughter Karen is pregnant, her reaction is sublime: "It's a fine line between joyful effervescence and murderous rage," she trills happily to her pen-pal.
It is thick with the effervescence of sugarcane and goes down like cascading ribbons of sweetened, smooth silk.
Reader Barthelmie captures the essence of adolescent ennui and excitement, when a single word from a boy causes effervescence, and adults poking and prodding is everything tiresome.
of the subject, meaning, History, concomitant with the staggering blows that brought about the dissolution of the grand ideologies--that is, from the effervescence of anti-totalitarian movements, in the West as well as the East, that would eventually tear down the Berlin Wall.
First, these are industries in the throes of change, marked by tremendous technological effervescence and involving often massive R&D investments.
says Fornes, whose discernible Cuban accent adds an extra layer to her natural effervescence.