To emit small bubbles of gas, as a carbonated or fermenting liquid.(verb-intransitive)
To escape from a liquid as bubbles; bubble up.(verb-intransitive)
To show high spirits or animation.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "effervesce" in a sentence
"And yet, as every TV executive knows to his everlasting regret, it's not so simple as just sending out a junior casting suit for a little browsing and sluicing through a cattle call, to round up a herd of people who, when confronted by a lens, began to effervesce to an extraordinary extent."
"In this case, the gas can effervesce out of the oil, aerosolizing it into tiny droplets, much the way a fine mist emerges from the top of an aerosol can."
"The tablet will cause the water to bubble or effervesce."