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Synonyms for froth

Synonyms for froth

a mass of bubbles in or on the surface of a liquid

to form or cause to form foam

Synonyms for froth

a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid

become bubbly or frothy or foaming

make froth or foam and become bubbly

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exude or expel foam

References in classic literature ?
For whereas the one shoves and has been known to kick on slight provocation, the other, who is noisily hated of all small dogs by reason of his size, remonstrates not, even when they cling in froth and fury to his chest, but carries them along tolerantly until they drop off from fatigue.
Give him a great draught of brandy," said the outlaw, "or he will sink down and choke in the froth of his own terror.
The shorts will be the speculators," Nathaniel Letton explained, "the gamblers, the froth of Wall Street--you understand.
Froth and foam it was, quick-vanishing as he awoke, non-existent as Skipper, Skipper's head on the withered knees of Bashti in the lofty grass house.
From the froth filling the open mouth the tongue protruded, black and swollen.
Though I suffer all deaths that a man can die To the uttermost end of time, I have deep-drained this, my cup of bliss, In every age and clime-- "The froth of Pride, the tang of Power, The sweet of Womanhood
But not even Uncle Blair's sympathy could take the sting out of the fact that there was no Paddy to get the froth that night at milking time.
The gardens were arranged to emulate those of Versailles, and amidst the terraces and groves there are some huge allegorical waterworks still, which spout and froth stupendously upon fete-days, and frighten one with their enormous aquatic insurrections.
How long they stood and watched the stately procession of breakers, rising from out the deep and wind-capped sea to froth and thunder at their feet, Saxon did not know.
The runner passed them a dozen feet away, crossed the wet sand, never parsing, till the froth wash was to his knees while above him, ten feet at least, upreared a was of overtopping water.
As certain liquors, confined in casks too cramped in their dimensions, will ferment, and fret, and chafe in their imprisonment, so the spiritual essence or soul of Mr Tappertit would sometimes fume within that precious cask, his body, until, with great foam and froth and splutter, it would force a vent, and carry all before it.
There was also a goodly jug of well-browned clay, fashioned into the form of an old gentleman, not by any means unlike the locksmith, atop of whose bald head was a fine white froth answering to his wig, indicative, beyond dispute, of sparkling home-brewed ale.
This was soon done, and he handed it over to Mr Codlin with that creamy froth upon the surface which is one of the happy circumstances attendant on mulled malt.
It does so with a large external milk carafe with a built-in cappuccinatore, which hooks directly to the front of the machine and automatically froths milk directly into the coffee cup.
The presence of particles, as found in mineralized flotation froths, will change the bulk and surface rheologies in a non-trivial fashion, although the main concepts described herein remain valid.