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Example Sentences for "bubble"

Rubber is the ingredient in gum which allows the chewer to blow bubblesThe bubbles in the champagne tickled my nose.

Rubber is the ingredient in gum which allows the chewer to blow bubbles.

The Asian economic bubble burst around the mid 1990s.

The pop you hear when you crack your knuckles is actually a bubble of gas bursting.

Bubbles in champagne were seen by early wine makers as undesirable.

Veronika sat in the bath, playing with the bubbles, and drinking champagne.

We mixed some fruit juice, frozen berries and a couple of bottles of bubbly to make a nice punch for the party.

The children spent the afternoon sitting on the porch blowing bubbles.

She was very bubbly and talkative at the party; quite different from the shy girl she seemed in the office.

The soup is bubbling; I think it's ready to eat.

After his car went into the water, he was able to keep alive by breathing in air bubbles that were trapped here and there.

The current economic boom is Qatar is being fuelled by a giant bubble of natural gas discovered under the sandy bottom of the Persian Gulf.

She is a very friendly, bubbly girl with tons of friends.

The melted butter bubbled in the frying pan.

The baby was happily playing with the soap bubbles in the bathtub.

A Tibetan proverb suggests that words are mere bubbles of water, whereas deeds are drops of gold.

Oliver Wendell Holmes once said, Truth is tough. It will not break, like a bubble, at the touch, nay, you may kick it about all day like a football, and it will be round and full at evening.

Find someone who has had a bubble bath.


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