frothy

[ fraw-thee, froth-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF frothy

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But among all these frothy fabrications there lay a solemn warning.

And so they sang, and banged their mugs and sloshed their frothy beverage.

I beg your pardon,” said I, “if I was frothy and conceited; it ill becomes a child like me to be so.

I beg your pardon,” said I, “if I was frothy and conceited, it ill becomes a child like me to be so.

There was a frothy, many-coloured effervescence of oil and water.

The porter was frothy and cool, and the port-wine was worthy of the gills of a bishop.

They are thinner than usual and frothy from the presence of gas.

On followed the boats through the hissing and frothy caldron.

Oh, it is for the hair, then,” observed Harry; “and what makes it look all frothy like that?

Farther on, he could see the black end of the mole washed by 139 frothy surf.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from froth + -y (2). Related: Frothiness.

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