|Main Entry:||speech bubble|
|Part of Speech:||n|
|Definition:||in cartooning, a rounded outline containing words; also called [dialogue balloon], speech balloon, word balloon|
|Example:||Speech bubbles began appearing in 18th century printed broadsides and political cartoons from the American Revolution often used them.|
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