foam at the mouth

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Synonyms for foam at the mouth

be in a state of uncontrolled anger

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Won't he be apt to foam at the mouth a bit and stop giving you parts in his companies?
Her breath was, however, expended in vain; for, although distinguished in her nation as a proficient in the art of abuse, she was permitted to work herself into such a fury as actually to foam at the mouth, without causing a muscle to vibrate in the motionless figure of the stranger.
On the other hand, the symptoms may be much more violent, and cause me to fall into fearful convulsions, foam at the mouth, and cry out loudly.
They acquire democratic manners, they foam at the mouth, they hate and deny.
They're called ``foamers,'' railroad workers say, because they foam at the mouth when they see a train.