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Synonyms for foamy

bubbly

Synonyms for foamy

consisting of or resembling foam

Synonyms for foamy

producing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease

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emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation

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Black Rock is, as the name suggests is black in colour with a dark red hue and a foamy light beige head.
IT was the foamy frolic that had everyone fooled - and turned an ordinary student into a prince for one day.
Other benefits, including less refractory consumption, dramatically improved life of the electrode delta, improved electrode life and improved foamy slag practice, are also reported.
A large, foamy white head is present which adheres to the glass whilst the beer is drunk.
Mixture should boil up, become foamy with large bubbles, then settle down as bubbles become smaller and foam subsides.
Brewers Scottish Courage have developed a way of spraying a tight foamy head on to lager which will remain intact to the bottom of the glass.
Gillette's other business segments are: Duracell Products, Toiletries/Cosmetics, Braun, Oral-B and Stationery, offering well known brands such as Right Guard anti-perspirant, Foamy Shaving Cream, and a range of writing instruments including PaperMate, Parker Pens, and Waterman Pens.
Guinness 1944 Antwerpen Stout is pitch black in colour and pours with a foamy beige head.
Asparagus retrofractus has large foamy sprays of foliage.
Longboard Lager is pale straw in colour and pours with a brilliant white, very foamy head.
And that's the way to enjoy the Strauss foamy beverages, with the restaurant's well-thought-out, beer-compatible fare.
This beer is pale gold in colour and pours with a foamy white head.
All is machine blended until foamy and poured into a 12-ounce wine glass.