Ebullition

Part of speech: noun

The bubbling of a liquid; boiling; violent agitation.

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Usage examples "ebullition":

  1. It is not a wholesome ebullition of vitality. - "Emerson and Other Essays", John Jay Chapman.
  2. With this ebullition, Tom subsided, and turned his attention once more toward their common enemy. - "The Riflemen of the Miami", Edward S. Ellis.
  3. The ebullition of passion, however, lasted not long, and the outlaw himself, a moment after, seemed conscious of its injustice. - "Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia", William Gilmore Simms.