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Below you will find the definition of effervescent, followed by 37 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.
(adjective) - used of wines and waters; charged naturally or artificially with carbon dioxide
EXAMPLES - Effervescent in a Sentence
- Try not to be concerned about being an effervescent host. (source)
- Oh, and there's the effervescent 24 Hour Party People, too. (source)
- Both have the kind of effervescent feel that attracts the young. (source)
- This kind of effervescent, fully charged sense of soup that delivers ideas. (source)
- Made schemes to retain effervescent collaboration without moving to a commune? (source)
- My laughing, easygoing friend with the effervescent personality and sunny smile. (source)
- The kind where just sitting down in a chair turns into some kind of effervescent event. (source)
- Oklina insisted on wine, the effervescent white of Lemos, so that all could toast our union. (source)
- Researchers, based (appropriately) in France's Champagne region, say the effervescent drink ... (source)
- Obi-Wan and Luminara saw no reason not to stop and spend the night among the effervescent traders. (source)
- It was an utterly unremarkable, perfect-band-attendance NP gig, which is to say, an effervescent hoot. (source)
- The incipient spellsingers gathered beneath it, staring upward and occasionally dodging drizzling shards of effervescent music. (source)
- quoteThe kind where just sitting down in a chair turns into some kind of effervescent event. /quoteI know *exactly* what you mean. (source)
- With one sip of this slightly effervescent Piedmontese wine, you will be instantly transported to the beaches of Cinque Terre via Sag Harbor. (source)
- The effervescent Susan Feniger of Street had healthy and delicious Burmese melon salad ... although I don't eat a lot of salads at these events. (source)
- Nevertheless, consciously or unconsciously, they all want a life peppered with effervescent emotions, even as babies when they risk leaving the crib. (source)
- I recently received a 4-pack of these "effervescent" mini-cans of sparkling wine with a straw attached to the side, and I must say I truly enjoyed it. (source)
- By Anonymous, at Mon Mar 12, 12:15:00 PM now I see Blamerbell describing you as "effervescent" Glyn I feel sure that actually you're pretty indestructable. (source)
- The title track opens the EP with the kind of effervescent lilt and rough chugging beat of Bishop Allen, bobbing behind Tyler Womack's nasally and clipped vocals. (source)
- Researchers, based (appropriately) in France's Champagne region, say the effervescent drink should be poured "like beer" in an angled way, down the side of the glass. (source)
- P. orientale comes rapidly into growth, making clumps of much-divided hairy leaves, unnoticed perhaps among more effervescent spring subjects, bulbs and early perennials. (source)
- This was the seventies, when all things good and young and promising bounded down gentle slopes, through waist-high grass with waving seedheads, under an effervescent sun. (source)
- Mr. Walter is particularly worried about China's effervescent property market, where investors are flipping unoccupied apartments in a way reminiscent of the U.S. housing bubble. (source)
- This was one poised, smart, candid and effervescent young woman who sat down to lunch in Washington Monday with a bunch of strangers, including several reporters and TV producers. (source)
- The Van Jets '2010 release, Cat Fit Fury!, produced by Jon Gray (The Subways, Editors, The Kooks), and mixed by Greg Gordon (Wolfmother, Jet, Soulwax), has an effervescent aftertaste. (source)
- In particular, I note that there's a costume for the word "effervescent" in Frasier's gallery that I've seen replicated at a couple of Vocabulary Fairs, in at least one case winning a prize. (source)
- By the time the moment arrived for the actual appearance of the Sylph, her happiness was bubbling out of her like an effervescent spring bubbling into life after being frozen over during the winter. (source)
- Evanescent effervescent dust rose in clouds from the floor with the aim of obscuring the creature's vision, but they only made it sneeze as it lumbered on through, shaking its head irritably from side to side. (source)
- Bolstered by a frisky young cast, the show uncorks the effervescent innocence of an age when young people dared to imagine that war and hatred could be drummed out of the world by the irresistible rhythms of love. (source)
- Like its disc companion THE RING, CHAMPAGNE shows Hitchcock compensating for a milquetoast story by revelling in audacious one might even say "effervescent" camera technique, montage, and opportunities for droll humor. (source)
- His 2003 production of "The Triumph of Love" in London, for example, was hailed as "an enjoyable romp" (the Guardian) while his 2008 production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," also in London, was called "effervescent" (the Sunday Times). (source)
- Paul Nixon, the Leicestershire stalwart who on Monday announced his forthcoming retirement, was perhaps the last of the old school effervescent eccentrics, and some of his feistiness might galvanise a team so demonstrably in the doldrums as India. (source)
- And the thing I remember most about that assignment wasn't Ms. Karan, as talented and effervescent as she was, or the collection, but standing backstage during the afternoon's second show (atop a table taking notes, no less) and watching the likes of (source)
- I tend to use single quotes any time I want to mark out a word for particular emphasis, whether for sarcastic purposes or because I'm discussing the word itself e.g., "When using a term like 'effervescent' it pays to make sure you know what it means, first." (source)
- Later the effervescent "Show Business at War" (1943) depicted a parade of celebrities mobilizing in support of the war effort from Walt Disney directing Army and Navy instructional films to Louis Armstrong performing for troops and Marlene Dietrich dancing with a grinning sailor. (source)
- This memorable exhibition not only documents several milestones in history and what she calls her "remarkable life," but also captures her effervescent personality, style and sense of humor, as well as her love for America and commitment to justice, freedom and peace in the world. (source)
- In that spirit, she climbed fences in Washington, at the Seneca Peace Encampment, and at so many other centers of military power; a little woman with an effervescent sense of humor facing off against guns and cruise missiles long after climbing fences was no longer easy or comfortable. (source)
The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 37 example sentences provided below is 49.0, which suggests that "effervescent" is a difficult word that tends to be used by individuals of higher education, and is likely found in more advanced literature or in academia.
We have 14 synonyms for effervescent.
airy, boiling, bouncy, bubbling, bubbly, carbonated, elastic, expansive, fermenting, frothing, frothy, resilient, sparkling, volatile
We have 7 antonyms for effervescent.
dull, flat, inactive, serious, sober, stale, unenthusiastic
PRONUNCIATION & SYLLABIFICATION
View up to 25 definitions of effervescent from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- (adjective) Giving off bubbles; fizzy.
- (adjective) Vivacious and enthusiastic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- (adjective) Gently boiling or bubbling, by means of the disengagement of gas.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- (None) Effervescing; having the property of effervescence; of a nature to effervesce.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- (adjective) used of wines and waters; charged naturally or artificially with carbon dioxide
- (adjective) marked by high spirits or excitement
- (adjective) (of a liquid) giving off bubbles