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Definition of Effervescently
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Literary usage of Effervescently
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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1888)
"Half-a-dozen years before, when yet in his teens, he had been violently, blindly, and, as a matter of course, effervescently infatuated with a charmer many ..."
2. Terry's Japanese Empire: Including Korea and Formosa, with Chapters on by Thomas Philip Terry (1914)
"It would be difficult to find a brighter, more orderly, a more effervescently happy and less mischievous assemblage, for the Japanese masses possess a ..."
3. Miniatures by Dudley Heath (1905)
"... modern schools of oil painting; they ignore their noblest traditions, they blind their eyes to all qualities that are not effervescently brilliant. ..."
4. Terry's Mexico: Handbook for Travellers by Thomas Philip Terry (1909)
"His innate kindness requires some object for his solicitude, and if his spirits bubble effervescently at times, it is usually because he desires to make ..."