- an impracticable and illusory idea
"he didn't want to burst the newcomer's bubble"
- a dome-shaped covering made of transparent glass or plastic
- rise in bubbles or as if in bubbles
"bubble to the surface"
- cause to form bubbles
"bubble gas through a liquid"
- Don't burst my bubble.
- Man's but a bubble.
- She took a bubble bath.
- Tom is chewing bubble gum.
- The bubble burst in the air.
- Life is like a soap bubble.
- During the bubble, people dreamed of a life of leisure.
- Tom's problem is that he lives in his own bubble.
- You shouldn't pop your bubble gum in class.
- She took a hot bubble bath surrounded by scented candles.
- During the bubble, people dreamt of a life of leisure.
- That's because the bubble vanished into thin air.
- The bursting of Japan's so-called bubble economy sent shockwaves through international markets.
- Our love affair was as short-lived as a soap-bubble.
- If only I'd sold that property before the economic bubble burst I wouldn't have lost all that money.