bubble (part of speech: noun)
excitement (part of speech: noun)
energy (part of speech: noun)
- There was need of them, for Elsie, usually in a state of wild effervescence upon such occasions, was now demure and comparatively silent. - "Taken Alive", E. P. Roe.
- In short, Lord Lindore's arrival seemed to have added little or nothing to the general stock of pleasure; and the effervescence of joy- the rapture of sensation, like some subtle essence, had escaped almost as soon as it was perceived. - "Marriage", Susan Edmonstone Ferrier.
- What does effervescence indicate? - "School and Home Cooking", Carlotta C. Greer.