effervesce

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Synonyms for effervesce

to form or cause to form foam

Synonyms for effervesce

become bubbly or frothy or foaming

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As the lorry turned from Pixie Lane at the start of the journey, the ditches and verges effervesced with cow parsley, wave after wave of it rolling along the hedgerows.
We had all saved up our money to buy a dinosaur egg bath bomb, took it home (from the Natural History Museum) popped it in the bath and the last one out of the bath (Kath) got to keep the dinosaur once the egg effervesced into oblivion.
the nostrils, eyes and brain effervesced like cherry blossoms in April
They collected chemical samples from the bubbles by placing a microscope slide about two to five millimetres from the surface of the wine as it effervesced.
This ale effervesced greatly on opening which resulted in a glass with a thick head, although this subsided quickly.
One moment there was only the blandly imposing reach of beige concrete before my eye; the next, the word hell was flashing across in script that disappeared almost as soon as its reflection effervesced, glassily, onto the wall.