Effervesce in a sentence

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Definition of Effervesce

  • To be in a state of natural ebullition; to bubble and hiss, as fermenting liquors, or any fluid, when some part escapes in a gaseous form.
  • To exhibit, in lively natural expression, feelings that can not be repressed or concealed; as, to effervesce with joy or merriment.
  • become bubbly or frothy or foaming

How to use effervesce in a sentence. Effervesce pronunciation.

At other times he would effervesce with humor and always of the most exquisite and impressive nature.
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Debby gently drew the curtains, and stole away leaving Aunt Pen's wrath to effervesce before morning.
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The carbonic acid, when thus liberated from its union with the lime, escapes in a gaseous form, and froths up or effervesces as it makes its way in small bubbles through the drop of liquid.
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It effervesces much more slowly and feebly with acids than common limestone.
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It is insoluble in acids, and does not effervesce like chalk and dolomite, because it does not contain carbonic acid gas, or fixed air, the lime being already combined with sulphuric acid, for which it has a stronger affinity than for any other.
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I had an instinctive feeling that it would be folly to let one's temper effervesce often with such a man as Edward.
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The calcareous clay when placed in acid effervesces vigorously, but when allowed to stand the effervescence ceases in a few minutes and the insoluble white clay remains.
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The header from the brown rock from whose sides wave the cool, green tresses of the sea! off, with a whoop, and hands above your head, as the sun pats tricklingly your back! off, with a spring, down head first through the deliciously cool, clear, bracing water, that effervesces about you in bubbles of sport.
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The mixture, which was at first of a reddish hue, began, in proportion as the crystals melted, to brighten in colour, to effervesce audibly, and to throw off small fumes of vapour.
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These concretions, though at first fluid, become at last dry, and firm: they effervesce with acids, and are totally, or in a great measure, soluble in them.
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Antonyms: terse, succinct, laconic. work, v. toil, labor, strive; drudge, slave; operate, manipulate, perform; ferment, effervesce.
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Examples of Effervesce

Example #1
His humor was never strained; his stories never stale, and even if old, the application he made of them gave them the freshness of originality.
Example #2
I have many times been with him when he gave no sign of humor, and those who saw him under such conditions would naturally suppose that he was incapable of a humorous expression.
Example #3
The moon was hanging luminous and large on the horizon's edge, sending shafts of light before her till the melancholy ocean seemed to smile, and along that shining pathway happy Debby and her lover floated into that new world where all things seem divine.
Example #4
Mrs. Carroll fell flat in her bed, and lay there stiff and rigid as Morlena Kenwigs.
Example #5
Faymont, in diorite (Deville). 41.99 11.66 .... 22.22 9.55 12.59 ....
Example #6
This effervescence is brisk or feeble in proportion as the limestone is pure or impure, or, in other words, according to the quantity of foreign matter mixed with the carbonate of lime.