If he had encountered such denunciation his bubble would have burst there and then.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Bubble | Bubble Sentence
His bubble was pricked.
The bubble was pricked.
Then the bubble burst.
The bubble had burst!
Take that bubble floating by.
Then the bubble burst!
I bubble on the pebbles.
Everything is froth and bubble to you.
Willie tries to make his bubble do the same.
But the shadows were leaving the bubble now.
Then suddenly the bubble burst.
She rose light as a bubble to her seat.
The streams bubble with cool water.
How thin a bubble blame may be!
You have burst your tiny bubble of human experience.
Then the topaz globe twitched as a bubble vanishes.
How about bubble homes in orbit around earth?
Odin turned another knob and the bubble loomed larger.
The last green milky bubble blinked and cleared.
And he would never know what shining bubble burst there.
They grew into a great soap bubble that turned to topaz.
Kelly at her lips, a natural bubble of the notes.
An evil-smelling green froth began to bubble out.
No, not half so good as bubble and squeak.
He had a bubble and a "goo" for everyone.
The blue bubble was close; now it curved below us.
A single bubble of pure gas has been known to prove fatal.
But this British bubble cannot last.
New France bubble ready to collapse, 346.
The Pleasure Bubble they called it.
The tankards bubble o'er!
Already the name meant no more to them then the bubble they had chased.
I don't mind having him bubble over.
It was just beginning to bubble and hiss when the turtle entered.
It is this gas which makes beer foam and bubble when opened.
When it begins to bubble turn the cake over and bake on the other side.
Sunny humour and tenderness bubble in almost every sentence.
His pleasure caused him to fairly bubble over with good nature.
It was the empty bubble dancing on the bosom of a deep stream.
Definition of Bubble
(intransitive) To produce bubbles, to rise up in bubbles (such as in foods cooking or liquids boiling). | (intransitive, figuratively) To churn or foment, as if wishing to rise to the surface. | (intransitive, figuratively) To rise through a medium or system, similar to the way that bubbles rise in liquid.
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