Bubble

Bubble,

Definition of Bubble:

  1. (of a liquid) contain bubbles of air or gas rising to the surface.

  2. A transparent domed cover or enclosure.

  3. Temporary condition caused by unjustified speculation in the price of a stock or commodity to a level that bears no relation to its real worth or potential. Bubbles inevitably fail (burst), wiping out the savings of unsophisticated or unsuspecting investors.

  4. Used to refer to a good or fortunate situation that is isolated from reality or unlikely to last.

  5. A marine mollusk that typically has a thin scroll-like shell.

  6. A thin sphere of liquid enclosing air or another gas.

Synonyms of Bubble

Sparkle, Fizz, Effervesce, Gurgle, Foam, Froth, Spume, Globe, Ball, Orb, Spheroid, Globule, Round, Illusion, Delusion, Fantasy, Dream, Pipe dream, Daydream, Chimera, Vanity, Castle in the air, Air, Air pocket, Airy hope, Airy nothing, Apparition, Autism, Babble, Ball, Balloon, Be enthusiastic, Bilge, Bladder, Blain, Bleb, Blister, Blob, Blubber, Boil, Boil over, Boll, Bolus, Boss, Bow, Brainchild, Bubble over, Bubble up, Bubbles, Bulb, Bulbil, Bulblet, Bulge, Bulla, Bump, Bunch, Burble, Burl, Button, Cahot, Carbonation, Carry on over, Chaff, Chimera, China, Chine, Chip, Churn, Clump, Cobweb, Condyle, Convex, Cork, Daydream, Deception, Delirium, Deluded belief, Delusion, Dereism, Dowel, Down, Dream, Dream vision, Dreamland, Dreamworld, Droplet, Dust, Ear, Effervesce, Effervescence, Eggshell, Eidolon, Ellipsoid, Enthuse, Ephemera, Ephemeral, Ephemerid, Ephemerides, Ephemeris, Ether, Fairy, False belief, Fancy, Fantasque, Fantasy, Feather, Ferment, Fiction, Figment, Fizz, Fizzle, Flange, Flap, Flue, Fluff, Foam, Froth, Fuzz, Gall, Geoid, Glass, Glass house, Globe, Globelet, Globoid, Globule, Glomerulus, Gnarl, Go on over, Gob, Gobbet, Golden dream, Gossamer, Guggle, Gurgle, Gush, Gush over, Hallucination, Handle, Hill, Hiss, House of cards, Hump, Hunch, Ice, Idle fancy, Ignis fatuus, Illusion, Imagery, Imagination, Imagining, Insubstantial image, Invention, Jog, Joggle, Knob, Knot, Knur, Knurl, Lap, Lather, Lip, Loop, Lump, Maggot, Make much of, Make-believe, Matchwood, Mayfly, Misbelief, Misconception, Mist, Moil, Mole, Mote, Mountain, Myth, Nevus, Nub, Nubbin, Nubble, Oblate spheroid, Old paper, Orb, Orbit, Orblet, Papilloma, Parchment, Peg, Pellet, Phantasm, Phantom, Piecrust, Pipe, Pipe dream, Plash, Plop, Prolate spheroid, Purl, Quixotic ideal, Rainbow, Rave, Rave about, Rhapsodize, Rib, Ridge, Ring, Ripple, Romance, Rondure, Seethe, Self-deceit, Self-deception, Self-delusion, Shadow, Shoulder, Sick fancy, Simmer, Slosh, Smoke, Smolder, Snows of yesteryear, Sparkle, Sphere, Spheroid, Spherule, Spine, Spirit, Splash, Sponge, Spume, Stir, Straw, Stud, Style, Suds, Swash, Swish, Tab, Take on over, Thick-coming fancies, Thin air, Thistledown, Trick, Trill, Trip, Tubercle, Tubercule, Unreal hope, Utopia, Vapor, Verruca, Vesicle, Vision, Wale, Wart, Wash, Welt, Whim, Whimsy, Wildest dreams, Work, Wrong impression

How to use Bubble in a sentence?

  1. The bubble was due to burst soon as the effects would be felt for the long term so we prepared for it.
  2. We both lived in a bubble, the kind provided by occupying a privileged pied-à-terre in Greenwich Village.
  3. A pot of soup bubbled away on the stove.
  4. I was jealous of my friend because he knew how to blow a really big bubble and I did not know how to blow one at all.
  5. Piglets born into a sterile bubble.
  6. When the animal dies, the shells often wash up on beaches and are hard to distinguish from the bubbles produced by waves splashing on the shore, hence the name ‘bubble shells.’.
  7. Sometimes a stock may be about to bubble and if you can figure that out before you can make a lot of money.
  8. Her wet-sleeved urchin takes advantage of the soapy water to blow bubbles.

Meaning of Bubble & Bubble Definition