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ef·fer·vesce

(ef-ĕr-ves'),
To boil up or cause bubbles to rose to the surface of a fluid in large numbers, as in the evolution of CO2 from aqueous solution when the pressure is reduced.
[L. ef-fervesco, to boil up, from ferveo, to boil]

effervesce

Etymology: Gk, effervescere, to foam up
to produce small bubbles or foam on the release of gas from a fluid.

effervesce

(ef″ĕr-ves′) [L. effervescere, to boil up]
To form bubbles; to become fizzy, foamy, or frothy.
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Then, in 'The Story of Us' on TV, Kim and her 'ka-love team,' Xian Lim, similarly turned in less effervescently giddy and more forthright portrayals.
There was critical contention over the quality of the book; whether it was effervescently or breathily written, whether the "pray" section had any wisdom or was just pilfered new-age hocus-pocus; all of which was followed by the inevitable debate over whether it deserved its popularity, which in 2006 - when the internet was younger and trend wasn't a verb - was outlandish.
Likewise Seamus Coleman - tremendous against Chelsea in the FA Cup at theweekend, the Irishman toiled manfully but struggled to find much end-product last night, and cannot sparkle so effervescently every week.
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Paltrow serves up the requisite flintiness and flightiness for Estella, while also nicely conveying the sense of loss in living as effervescently as she does.