- a bubble of soapsuds.
- something that lacks substance or permanence.
Origin of soap bubble
Examples from the Web for soap-bubble
Historical Examples of soap-bubble
Tobe set down the pitcher as gingerly as if it had been a soap-bubble.Southern Lights and Shadows
Every one has noticed the beautiful colours manifested in a soap-bubble.Great Astronomers
R. S. Ball
So I stayed and the book grew like a soap-bubble the first week.At the Age of Eve
Kate Trimble Sharber
If no bubble forms and floats off like a soap-bubble, the batch is not done.Hints on cheese-making
Thomas Day Curtis
She too felt sad now, sad because of the soap-bubble that had burst.Ecstasy: A Study of Happiness
- a bubble formed from soapy water
- something that is ephemeral but attractive