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Suddenly the pool exploded into motion, the water frothed and flashed white and the line in his hand sang like a piano wire.
WHAT ROUGH BEAST?JEFFERSON HIGHE
Hartwick almost frothed at the mouth, and his reddish eyes glared as if there were a glowing furnace within his passionate soul.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S RACESBURT L. STANDISH
At last the wind subsided, and the sea became less rough, though the whitecaps still frothed around him.
A TREASURY OF ESKIMO TALESCLARA KERN BAYLISS
When frothed, turn out on a plate and place them over a saucepan of boiling water till the eggs are well set and form a cream.
MARGARET BROWN'S FRENCH COOKERY BOOKMARGARET BROWN
Sweet bottled-cider frothed round the corks, and all the glasses had been filled to the brim with wine beforehand.
MADAME BOVARYGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
It frothed like a brook with ale and wine, and it was never empty.
TALES FROM THE FJELDP. CHR. ASBJRNSEN
Then, filling a crystal vessel with sparkling waters that bubbled and frothed, he bade me drink.
THE TAMING OF THE JUNGLEDR. C. W. DOYLE
As soon as they were seated two very pretty girls, neatly dressed, brought in chocolate, which was extremely well frothed.
FRENCH CLASSICSWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON
When Tante introduced her wit into the colourless substance she frothed it to a sparkling work of art.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Before she was nineteen she showed symptoms of lead poisoning—had fits, frothed at the mouth, and died.
THE PEOPLE OF THE ABYSSJACK LONDON

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