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  • Info "Bubbly" is a song by American recording artist Colbie Caillat from her debut album, Coco (2007). more...
  • Her appearances on these variety shows allowed her to display her bubbly and positive personality.
  • She is a generally happy and bubbly girl although she struggles to stand up for herself sometimes.
  • Males sing bright, bubbly songs in flight; these songs gave this species its common name.
  • The company has since changed its name to Bubbly.
  • Her bubbly, positive personality, and her strong walk won the judges over.
  • She makes the transition from bubbly schoolgirl to young woman waiting for her love easily.
  • Fire's later appearances see her as bubbly and slightly dim.
  • When he supports her at a school board meeting, the two bond over a bottle of bubbly.
  • Her bubbly personality may be too much for some.
  • This bird's rich bubbly song is commonly heard during the nesting season but rarely afterwards.
  • They are capable of gliding flight, due to their bubbly light bone structure.
  • Critics noted the songs "bubbly" persona, as well as its high quality production.
  • I liked her character in the film and we signed her in for the bubbly character of Rosy.
  • My little sister, just beginning to walk, developed a bubbly swelling under the root of her tongue.
  • She is a graduate nurse and has been described as being "bubbly".
  • But as a character she has shades, she's very bubbly.
  • However, although Jahan may seem all bright and bubbly on the surface, he does have a cross to bear.
  • After tea we went up to the bubbly mosque, which was in reality the Greek church. Cited from The Luck of Thirteen, by Jan Gordon and Cora J. Gordon
  • "A paradise for a boy!" he said, in a kind of bubbly way. Cited from Vandemark's Folly, by Herbert Quick
  • Jones was perhaps most known for her bubbly personality.
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