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a white sparkling wine either produced in Champagne or resembling that produced there

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emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation

full of or showing high spirits

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Not only is she slimmer, fitter and healthier, she is happier, bubblier and more outgoing.
Discretion may still be important but things can be bubblier than expected.
It contains plenty of dialogue, its art is livelier, and its protagonist has a bubblier personality than Lio.
NEW YORK-The Consumer Confidence Index fell more than expected in March, and while consumers are still bubblier than they were at the beginning of the new millennium, there are warning signs ahead.
She looked fantastic - brighter, bubblier and 15 years younger.
However, the steady stream of celebs who made their way to the lagoon heightened the glitz and made the champagne bubblier.
You want to feel that everything is bubblier, brighter and breezier.
Even though the Nasdaq is at only 40% of its early 2000 peak, a much stronger case could be made that it is bubblier than Energy is.
The same upbeat tone is present in the revamped Jealousy, which is bubblier and exudes less cattiness than the original song.
The lads have been a lot bubblier and livelier than a couple of Monday mornings ago," said Dryden, who confirmed that the Quakers remain in talks with striker Leon Knight.
Even bubblier in person, Hein was nothing if not gracious, well-spoken and excited about the hand she's been dealt.
You can be in a hopeful mood, and things can be bubblier socially, but there may also be some mishaps too.
On the east end - in periodicals - he went for a bubblier, circular look "with a little more pep.
Now you can also use the bubblier side of your nature - but in a more disciplined way.
Lib Dem MEP Chris Davies said: "If the price to be paid to end animal cruelty is that consumers do without yet another deodorant, or even bubblier bubble baths, then it is one worth paying.