Thesaurus / yeasty


As far as eye could reach, the sea was white; ten leagues of yeasty water filled the horizon.TOILERS OF THE SEAVICTOR HUGO
At the bottom it was almost dark, so that the stream would hardly have been visible but for its yeasty foam.TWO BOYS IN WYOMINGEDWARD S. ELLIS
But Bradish clung to the gunwale of the long-boat and stared out at the yeasty waves, blinking his eyes.BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
At last, near the horizon's rim, he spied a yeasty tumult of the sea, marking some obstruction at which the waves were tussling.BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
Something mushy and heavily soft like raised dough leaned against Jim's leg and chewed his trousers with a yeasty growl.SIXES AND SEVENSO. HENRY
Up to twenty a boy's years were kind of yeasty and uncertain, and if he was any way self-headed he ought to be left to run.THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
Once more I stood upon that rock-envisaged coast, while below me the yeasty sea charged with a roar the echoing caves.THE TRAIL OF '98ROBERT W. SERVICE
In the yeasty deep of Sir Henry's honest mind emotions were rising which he knew now he should not long be able to control.ELIZABETH'S CAMPAIGNMRS. HUMPHREY WARD
Just as he became conscious of its yeasty bubbling, his foot touched something on the ground—a hard winter apple.A SCOUT OF TO-DAYISABEL HORNIBROOK
Finally the head should rise to what is called close yeasty, having the appearance of yeast all over.A DICTIONARY OF ARTS, MANUFACTURES AND MINESANDREW URE


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