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bubbly

[ buhb-lee ]
/ ˈbʌb li /
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adjective, bub·bli·er, bub·bli·est.
full of, producing, or characterized by bubbles.
lively; effervescent; enthusiastic: the bubbly spirit of those early movie musicals.
noun, plural bub·blies.
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Origin of bubbly

First recorded in 1590–1600; bubble + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM bubbly

bub·bli·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for bubbly

bubbly
/ (ˈbʌblɪ) /

adjective -blier or -bliest
full of or resembling bubbles
lively; animated; exciteda bubbly personality
noun
an informal name for champagne
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