froth at the mouth


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  • verb

Synonyms for froth at the mouth

be in a state of uncontrolled anger

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The Lebanese psyche has been under sustained assault for nearly three years, a series of punishing blows from multiple directions that has transformed cautious moderates into radicals who froth at the mouth, thoughtful intellectuals into simpletons devoted to tribalism.
On the other hand if people were asked to pay a few pennies in tax to improve facilities they would froth at the mouth.
Let's face it, the GSi is for people who like their motors to froth at the mouth.
Atlanta hip-hop duo OutKast only seemed to burst out of nowhere last year, making critics froth at the mouth about a revolution in rap.
All that was revealed about Duncan was her weight problem and ability to froth at the mouth for a few quid.
But within minutes of swallowing the pill the cat started to shake and froth at the mouth and the distraught owner rushed the animal to the vet.