nounAustralian & US
A drinking fountain.
- I wanted to skip down the hallways, but decided that probably wasn't a good idea because I would likely end up passed out in front of the water bubbler and because the staff would probably send me to a psychiatric ward.
- She was thirsty, and noticing a tap she went up and turned it on, drinking from it as though it was a bubbler.
- Walking through the Library trying to get oriented to Smith and feeling rather forlorn in that class oriented environment, I came across a man at a bubbler consuming water in plenty.
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