spume


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Synonyms for spume

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

to form or cause to form foam

Synonyms for spume

foam or froth on the sea

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make froth or foam and become bubbly

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xabwdot Seen from the bedroom window its branches are hardly discernible, obscured by a spume of pink flowers.
Some turtles are washed away at once, their little black-green bodies visible under the spume of the shallow waves.
like a fine downy mist' which filled the sea air with spume and settled on the skin 'more like a dry powder than a liquid substance'.
Thordarson's work remains untranslated into other languages, thus adding to the aura of impenetrability that shrouds Iceland like foggy volcanic spume.
In an attempt to protect his face, Gordo put his hand up in front of his face to shield himself and realized he could barely see his glove through the rain and spume.
A memorable winter storm a few years ago produced spume that passed over the 60 feet limestone Three Cliffs and turned the river and rivulets into one large lagoon.
North, south, east and west stretched the angry ocean, white spume ripping off the waves.
SCROFULE SALT RHEUM PALSY NEURALGIA DARTING PAINS Dear --, put a hex on me at the end, in the way only the dropsy, the vertiginous, the beat blood spume of please can cast out the water of such a spell: You'll never love again.
Ryan Jones Starter: Skate wing with fricassee of Conwy mussels, chorizo and Jerusalem artichoke spume.
There was also a pre-starter, a glug of a mushroom velout thing with a coconut spume, which it pains me to say was vastly enjoyable.
Is he aware of the corrosive effect of sea air let alone the spume of a roaring gale that can penetrate the tightest sealed areas?
SPUME is collected on eight hourly basis for 24 hours in order by drawing air at a flow rate of 1.
To date, there has been no extensive epidemiological investigation that would confirm the relation between the toxic spume of El Salto and the rising incidence of illness, but, as Dr.
Kirby found a dream run through up the inside rail on Spume in the staying handicap to extend trainer Stewart Parr's best season.
But the moment the lifeguard dropped me over the edge, I found myself plunging to Earth, with blue and white streams of water rocketing past me, and any remaining bit of cockiness instantly evaporating into the spume.