Bubbly meaning

bŭblē
Resembling bubbles.

Big, bubbly clouds.

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The definition of bubbly is something that has lots of bubbles, looks like bubbles or someone with a light and lively personality.

An example of bubbly is root beer.

An example of bubbly is a cheerful child.

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Full of or producing bubbles.

A bubbly drink; a bubbly soap.

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Bubbly is slang for champagne.

An example of bubbly is what people drink to ring in the new year.

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Full of high spirits; effervescent.

Bright, bubbly children.

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Lively and high-spirited; vivacious.
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(informal) Cheerful, lively.

She has a bubbly personality.

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Having the characteristics of bubbles.

The architecture of the conservatory was bubbly.

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(economics) Having the characteristics of economic bubbles.
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(informal) Champagne.

We're getting married - this calls for a bottle of bubbly!

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Champagne.
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Full of, giving off, or like bubbles.
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(slang) Champagne.
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Full of bubbles.

Whip the egg white into a bubbly froth.

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Origin of bubbly

  • bubble +‎ -y

    From Wiktionary