The arts are overrated, but the real estate is bubbling like the witch's cauldron in MacBeth.
The shared feelings, the bubbling emotion, the awe: she became an experience.
In L.A., the really exhilarant cooking was bubbling up from the bottom, not trickling down from the top.
From that spot, the canvas pulsates before your eyes, like a fabric reaching out to muffle you—like a primordial soup, bubbling.
To the left was a medium-size pizza with pepperoni and hot, bubbling cheese.
But there was a fuming and bubbling at the spot, and the very stones and earth seemed to be burning up in a small area.
He was bubbling over with excitement and the sense of his own huge importance.
A thousand sweet scents were wafted through the air and a bubbling stream surprised them by gushing forth from a clump of bushes.
Gubblum's porridge was bubbling, and the thivel worked vigorously.
A sound of bubbling and a rush of steam from the spout of the kettle proclaimed that the billy did boil.
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.