Definition of abubble in English:


Line breaks: abub¦ble
Pronunciation: /əˈbʌb(ə)l


Full of excitement and enthusiasm: he was abubble with the news
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  • When you are abubble with hormonal rebellion and so oversexed you don't know what to do, who's to know what doesn't turn you on, let alone (God forbid!) what's right.
  • The prospect of ‘Beer by April’ set the U. S. abubble with activity and excitement last week.
  • So, continue to be abubble with enthusiasm about the arrival of the SPOM, but just dial it down a notch; it won't be unveiled as soon as I had hoped.

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