bubble gum


  1. a type of chewing gum that can be blown into large bubbles
  2. slang.
    1. crassly commercial pop music aimed at the very young
    2. ( as modifier )

      a bubble-gum hit

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Example Sentences

He grabs the steering wheel tighter and stops chewing his bubble gum.

Clean, sober and remarried, Beck was tiring of the bubble-gum Top-40 morning-zoo format.

Not as bad as Alabama heat, but dense, and sticky, smelling of burned transmission fluid, spoiled fruit and bubble gum.

The town's biggest factory made kitchen sinks and the next biggest made bubble gum.

The price of bubble gum went up from one cent to three for a nickel.

Bubble gum had been piling up in the warehouse on the railroad siding back of Reilly Street.

Exhibit three was a carbon copy of a report by the stock control clerk at the bubble gum factory.

They went to the window and leaned out, looking past a corner of the bubble gum factory.