• WordNet 3.6
    • adj effervescing emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation "bubbling champagne","foamy (or frothy) beer"
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In literature:

Invigorated by his delightful foreign trip, Dr. Talmage now resumed his labours with happy heart and effervescing zeal.
"T. De Witt Talmage" by T. De Witt Talmage
When the effervescent liquid foamed and fizzed, Ralph stared in amazement.
"Ralph Granger's Fortunes" by William Perry Brown
Years improve him; the effervescence of youth foamed away, what is really good in him still remains.
"Charlotte Bronte and Her Circle" by Clement K. Shorter
To use, put three tablespoonfuls into a glass half full of cold water, stir in one-fourth a teaspoonful of soda, and drink while effervescing.
"Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing-Dish Dainties" by Janet McKenzie Hill
Melchior should have kept the effervescing papers to put into the beer; it's a splendid drink!
"In the Yule-Log Glow, Book II" by Various
You witnessed my humiliating failure, and its results; even my effervescing powders had become damp and failed to act.
"At War with Pontiac" by Kirk Munroe and J. Finnemore
But the fact is, they have a liking for all effervescing drinks, and naturally, therefore, for champagne, the best of all.
"Russia" by Various
Eating breakfast in the hotel dining room, after taking an effervescent to relieve his headache, he tried to plan his next moves.
"Man of Many Minds" by E. Everett Evans
In a moment of effervescence you gave us up, and we, with sorrow, did the same with you.
"Debit and Credit" by Gustav Freytag
Dog days were coming and brains were no doubt effervescing.
"Villa Elsa" by Stuart Henry

In poetry:

Courtier and patriot cannot mix
Their heterogeneous politics
Without an effervescence,
Like that of salts with lemon juice,
Which does not yet like that produce
A friendly coalescence.
"Friendship" by William Cowper
In its color, shade and shine,
'T was a summer warm as wine,
With an effervescent flavoring of flowered bough and vine,
And a fragrance and a taste
Of ripe roses gone to waste,
And a dreamy sense of sun- and moon- and star-light interlaced.
"A Wraith Of Summertime" by James Whitcomb Riley
The fashion of her gracefulness was not a follow'd rule,
And her effervescent sprightliness was never learnt at school;
And her words were all peculiar, like the fairy's who 'spoke pearls;'
And her tone was ever sweetest midst the cadences of girls.
"A Portrait - I" by Nathaniel Parker Willis

In news:

MGMT's first album, Oracular Spectacular, was effervescent electro-pop, party rock anthems before party rocking required an apology.
Roxbury — For one expialidocious afternoon only, come to Hamboniest Hamlet of Roxbury on Saturday, Sept 1 for the most effervescent and almost everything Busk & Bard Street Performers Extravaganza.
Get yourself "Get Yourself a College Girl ," a 1964 co-ed comedy as bubbly, effervescent and tasty as an ice-cold bottle of RC Cola.
Sound Travels this week to East Africa for some effervescent afropop, sharp-tongued hip hop and other indigenous goodness.
Healthier eating trends are sometimes cited for declining sales of carbonated soft drinks, but at least one juice maker believes the key to increased sales requires effervescence .
Like a bottle of lukewarm Champagne -- an expensive one, judging by the label -- "America's Sweethearts" opens with a promising burst of effervescence and quickly goes flat.
A mix of bourbon, mint, and effervescence, the Mint Julep is the drink of summer.
Led by its namesake master choreographer, the troupe delivers lush, effervescent movement — a lively start to Dance Celebration's 30th season.
Broadway and operetta unite in the New York Philharmonic's semistaged performance of the satirical, effervescent musical "Candide" by Leonard Bernstein , the conductor and composer who was so intimately associated with the orchestra.
This Gabby Douglas was tired, about as tired as a 16-year-old bubble of effervescence can ever look.
With ultra-fine bubbles, this moscato dances with effervescence.
Even senior writer types are mostly too young to remember the soda fountain " phosphates ," drinks made with acid phosphate , which is tart, but not tart like citric acid, and tingly, but not effervescent.
The flowers are golden wheat color in the effervescent cascade typical of palms.
Of all the underground scenes causing a stir in the online music community, the sleepy lo-fi that's been coming out of Austin might be the least effervescent.
Elegant and effervescent, Quebec City's Restaurant Le Saint-Amour is where haute cuisine meets the Moulin Rouge.

In science:

As a result the effervescent heating rate is effectively cut off at the periphery of the cluster.
Feedback in AGN heating of galaxy clusters
Leff (t) denotes the total ‘effervescent’ luminosity at time t.
Feedback in AGN heating of galaxy clusters
Fig. 1 shows the self-regulated luminosity of the effervescent heating as a function of time for various values of the efficiency, ǫ.
Feedback in AGN heating of galaxy clusters
The solid lines in Figs. 1 and 3 both correspond to the same efficiency of 3 × 10−3 and it is evident that the presence of thermal conduction leads to decrease of the accretion rates and, consequently, also of the effervescent luminosities.
Feedback in AGN heating of galaxy clusters
In any case, for a wide range of efficiencies we obtain cluster models that remain stable over long times and require ’effervescent’ luminosities of not more than ∼ 1044 erg s−1 .
Feedback in AGN heating of galaxy clusters