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bubbly

adjective A fanciful term referring to an appearance between frothy and that of Swiss cheese, which is characteristically seen in barium enemas of patients with pneumatosis coli.
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On the east end - in periodicals - he went for a bubblier, circular look "with a little more pep."
Now you can also use the bubblier side of your nature - but in a more disciplined way.
"She looked fantastic - brighter, bubblier and 15 years younger.
But Mr Davies said: ``If the price to be paid to end animal cruelty is that consumers have to do without yet another deodorant, or even bubblier bubble baths, then it is one worth paying.''
Wednesday may be a bubblier side under Big Ron but they are little better than the team that got David Pleat the sack.
The same upbeat tone is present in the revamped Jealousy, which is bubblier and exudes less cattiness than the original song.
You are set to hit the heights when it comes to popularity but the bubblier you become, so the more on your case someone can You can become more driven to succeed and more single minded.
The reason is that you have probably been able to balance the bubblier and more charismatic sides of your personality with your sensible streak.
Even bubblier in person, Hein was nothing if not gracious, well-spoken and excited about the hand she's been dealt.
They are always a little bubblier when they know they've played well and got the result.'
Lib Dem MEP Chris Davies said: "If the price to be paid to end animal cruelty is that consumers do without yet another deodorant, or even bubblier bubble baths, then it is one worth paying."