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Definition of Bubbler

Bubbler
Bubbler Bub"bler, v. t. To cheat; to deceive. She has bubbled him out of his youth. --Addison. The great Locke, who was seldom outwitted by false sounds, was nevertheless bubbled here. --Sterne.
Bubbler
Bubbler Bub"bler, n. 1. One who cheats. All the Jews, jobbers, bubblers, subscribers, projectors, etc. --Pope. 2. (Zo["o]l.) A fish of the Ohio river; -- so called from the noise it makes.

Meaning of Bubbler from wikipedia

- A drinking fountain, also called a water fountain or water bubbler, is a fountain designed to provide drinking water. It consists of a basin with either...
- Bubble or Bubbles may refer to: Bubble (physics), a globule of one substance in another, usually gas in a liquid Soap bubble, commonly referred to as a...
- A gas bubbler is a piece of laboratory gl****ware which consists of a gl**** bulb filled with a small amount of fluidusually mineral or silicone oil...
- A Bubbler or drinking fountain is a fountain designed to provide drinking water. Benson Bubbler, drinking fountains mostly located in Portland, Oregon...
- (notes) (link) "Peter Andre feat. Bubbler Ranx – Mysterious Girl". ARIA Top 50 Singles. "Peter Andre feat. Bubbler Ranx – Mysterious Girl" (in German)...
- Sand bubbler crabs (or sand-bubblers) are crabs of the genera Scopimera and Dotilla in the family Dotillidae. They are small crabs that live on sandy...
- An airstone, also called an aquarium bubbler, is a piece of aquarium furniture, traditionally a piece of limewood or porous stone, whose purpose is to...
- slide) which guides air downward to below water level whence it bubbles upward ("bubbler") during use. To get fresh air into the bong and harvest the last...
- An economic bubble or ****et bubble (sometimes also referred to as a speculative bubble, a market bubble, a price bubble, a financial bubble, a speculative...
- gas and the temperature of the bubbler, resulting in a given vapor pressure of the chemical. The tube between the bubbler and the reactor has to have a...