Definition of Bubble gum

1. Noun. A kind of chewing gum that can be blown into bubbles.

Generic synonyms: Chewing Gum, Gum

Definition of Bubble gum

1. Noun. (alternative form of bubblegum) ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bubble Gum

bubble-jet printer
bubble and squeak
bubble bath
bubble baths
bubble blower
bubble car
bubble cars
bubble chamber
bubble chambers
bubble dance
bubble gum (current term)
bubble gum dermatitis
bubble gums
bubble jet printer
bubble level
bubble levels
bubble over
bubble pack
bubble pipe
bubble position
bubble positions
bubble shell
bubble shells
bubble sort
bubble sorts

Literary usage of Bubble gum

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1. Practical Ideas for Teaching Writing As a Process by Carol B. Olson (1996)
"Jose wanted some bubble gum. JJ Jose wanted some bubble gum. Maria wanted bubble gum ... [because] > We went to the store because we wanted some bubble gum. ..."

2. Building Fluency, Grade 1 by Compilation, Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Gerald Tindal, Melanie Coon, Joy Evans, Marilyn Evans (2006)
"Name bubble gum bubble gum, bubble gum, chew and blow. bubble gum, bubble ... bubble gum, bubble gum, tastes so sweet. Get that bubble gum off your feet! ..."

3. Smoke and Mirrors: The Canadian Tobacco War by Rob Cunningham (1996)
"Similarly, products like Big League Chew bubble gum legitimize the social ... A child too young to smoke may see candy cigarettes or bubble gum wads as a ..."

4. The Ultimate Shape Book Grades K-2 by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers (2002)
"Elephants have big Elephants have little Independent Writers • The Day the Elephant Chewed bubble gum Students imagine what would happen if an elephant ..."

5. "The Words Came Down!": English Language Learners Read, Write, And Talk Emelie Lowrey Parker, Tess Haysham Pardini by Emelie Lowrey Parker, Tess Haysham Pardini (2006)
"... and Jessica are engrossed in independent reading from their book boxes. out an innovation on the text of bubble gum. Without speaking, they pretend to ..."

6. The Civilization of Illiteracy by Mihai Nadin (1997)
"... Madonna or Heavy Metal (as music or comic books), Coca-Cola, the television series Dallas, the incessant chomping on chewing gum and bubble-gum popping, ..."

7. Math Centers: Take It to Your Seat, Grades 4-6 by Wes Tuttle (2002)
"5 Ryan bought 12 pieces of bubble gum and 12 lollipops for the treat jar. If he paid with a five-dollar bill, what change did he get back? ..."

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