What is another word for Ebullition?

Pronunciation: [ɪbʊlˈɪʃən] (IPA)

Synonyms for the word "ebullition" refer to the act of boiling, bursting or overflowing of emotions, excitement and energy. A similar word to use as an alternate could be "fermentation". It is the process where something turns active or lively due to change, alteration or action. Another synonym for "ebullition" is "effervescence". It symbolizes liveliness, freshness, and energy. It is used to describe a situation that is full of liveliness and bursting with life. Other synonyms for "ebullition" include "fervour", "frenzy", "exuberance", "vivacity" and "animation". All these words refer to an intense emotional state where there is a dramatic, sudden and energetic release of emotions or expressions.

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What are the hypernyms for Ebullition?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for Ebullition?

Ebullition refers to the process of boiling or bubbling up. It is often used to describe emotions or excitement that is overflowing. Antonyms for ebullition include calm, tranquility, composure, tranquillity, serenity, and peace. Whereas ebullition suggests a lot of movement and activity, these words imply a state of peacefulness and quietness. Other antonyms for ebullition include stability, control, restraint, and coolness. These words suggest a sense of order and balance that ebullition lacks. When it comes to describing emotions or states of being, it's important to choose the right word to convey the right meaning.

What are the antonyms for Ebullition?

Usage examples for Ebullition

The cavalier, gratified by this Ebullition, turned smilingly to the table, and commenced preparing the epistles.
"The White Gauntlet"
Mayne Reid
It was the natural Ebullition of youth, and the sergeant was a Dutchman.
"The Blue Pavilions"
Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
You might have expected the water to boil vigorously, but no signs of Ebullition are visible; and what is more remarkable, the temperature of the drop, in spite of its surroundings, is actually less than the ordinary boiling point.
"Liquid Drops and Globules, their Formation and Movements"
Chas. R. Darling

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