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soap bubble

noun
1.
a bubble of soapsuds.
2.
something that lacks substance or permanence.
Origin
1805-1815
1805-15
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British Dictionary definitions for soap-bubble

soap bubble

noun
1.
a bubble formed from soapy water
2.
something that is ephemeral but attractive
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Word Origin and History for soap-bubble
n.

1800, from soap (n.) + bubble (n.).

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