Put the soufflé back in the oven and the bubbles will expand again, making the soufflé rise once more.
The bubbles still came out, but some of the fizz was getting lost.
Until he got too ornery, bubbles the Chimpanzee resided at Hayvenhurst, as did the entire Jackson family.
When a piece of illusory knowledge spreads to epidemic proportions and turns into common knowledge, bubbles and panics can result.
She bubbles with energy and good cheer as if she were also living for her best friend Ram and the other four on that list.
"I cannot imagine what has become of bubbles," said Mrs. Dallas to her husband when he came in.
I am not certain, however, if those Phœnicians had anything to do with bubbles.
Mr. Tapster had already singled out bubbles Dunster at dinner the night before.
His long, white hair hung on his shoulders and there were bubbles about his lips.
He saw the visions of two weeks burst like bubbles, and he whimpered: "I dunno."
early 14c., perhaps from Middle Dutch bobbel (n.) and/or Middle Low German bubbeln (v.), all probably of echoic origin. Bubble bath first recorded 1949. Of financial schemes originally in South Sea Bubble (1590s), on notion of "fragile and insubstantial."
mid-15c., perhaps from bubble (n.) and/or from Middle Low German bubbeln (v.), probably of echoic origin. Related: Bubbled; bubbling.