bubbling


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Synonyms for bubbling

emitting a murmuring sound felt to resemble a laugh

Synonyms for bubbling

emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation

marked by high spirits or excitement

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Long after the others were asleep, however, the shaggy man sat in the starlight by the spring, gazing thoughtfully into its bubbling waters.
While the coachman and a servant were replacing the wheel, the lady and gentleman sheltered themselves beneath the maple-trees, and there espied the bubbling fountain, and David Swan asleep beside it.
We want everyone to experience the same kind of joy we do every time we go bubbling.”
In recent years, efforts were also made to understand the non-linear characteristics of bubble formation processes or chaos in bubbling. Such nonlinear characteristics were investigated using 3-D-attractors, correlation dimension and auto correlation functions (Tritton and Egdell, 1993; Mittoni et al., 1995; Nguyen et al., 1996; Tufaile and Sartorelli, 2000; Mosdorf and Shoji, 2003; Cieslinski and Mosdorf, 2005).
Consequently, Siberian lakes are making a surprisingly large contribution to atmospheric methane, a planet-wanning greenhouse gas, according to a new analysis of the methane bubbling from those lakes.
If bubbling outside, be aware of the wind - it should always be behind you.
Degassing, which is performed most often with an inert purge gas such as nitrogen, argon, freon or chlorine (or some combination), usually involves bubbling the purge gas into the bottom of the melt using a graphite lance.
The characteristics and hydrodynamics of bubbles, bubble size distribution, superficial gas velocity and gas distributor configuration are a few factors which govern the performance of a bubbling system.
Now the C|O.sub.2~ gas begins effusing, or bubbling out of the liquid in which it is dissolved, as it seeks equilibrium with its surrounding environment.