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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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I'll not soon forget how this grizzled veteran effervesced in my office as he described the system's abundant goodies.
A lump in her stomach plunged to her feet, where it effervesced into a heady joy that bounced upwards and burst inside her head.
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Every year as our lorry turned from Pixie Lane at the start of the journey, the ditches and verges effervesced with cow parsley, wave after wave of it rolling along the hedgerows and forcing even dark corners to join in the spumy celebration.