froth

[ frawth, froth ]SEE DEFINITION OF froth

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FROTH

Heap the froth over every apple so as to conceal them entirely.

In damp weather it is sometimes difficult to get the froth stiff.

Why, thy wits are like beer, and do froth up most when they grow sour!

At first I only felt bad between the shoulders and spat up some froth.

Then whisk your cream up very well, take off the froth with a spoon, and fill the glasses carefully, as full as they will hold.

Whisk the whites of four eggs to a froth, mix it with the almonds, and a pound of sifted sugar, till reduced to a paste.

Put it into a teapot and pour it into the juice, holding the teapot up very high, that it may froth and curdle the better.

If He is dissatisfied, the commendation of the many is as froth.

It was as if the splendour of life might boil over and waste to steam and froth.

They broke, and, as they did so, the boat shot forward into the whirlpool of froth.

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