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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

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Abdelrahman and Khaled [6] attempted to process the shale of the Qusier and Safaga regions, Egypt, by froth flotation with no satisfactory results.
4) applied the alkaline treatment followed by froth notation, without surfactant addition while Pongstabodee et al.
In this paper, it will be shown how drift-flux analysis of the froth phase can be reconciled with the recent hydrodynamic theory of pneumatic foams of Stevenson (2007a).
Otherwise use a garden hose to gently wash the froth and grubs off the plant.
These machines froth, grind, tamp, brew and self-clean.
Beer drinkers are paying for fresh air and getting fiddled by millions of pounds worth of froth.
Pints were between 2 and 10% short -meaning drinkers were paying up to 20p in every pint for froth.
While very funny throughout, like Terry Pratchett's work, Swords for Hire has a serious undercurrent that gives it substance beneath the froth.
Linguistic froth, such as loan words from other languages, frequently becomes a source of heated debate ("Search for the Tree of Babel," SN: 5/25/02, p.
Wildlife Officer Mark Hollinhead of the Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission was on patrol on Lake Okeechobee when a rapidly approaching cold front turned the calm water into a sea of froth.
I can work up a big froth over General Motors for far longer periods of time than most of our fellow countrymen, who can only work up very short froths over GM.
Now, I've found an even more effective tool: the Froth Au Lait.
Crafted in pearwood, and upholstered in hemp, linen and cotton, Silvestrin's exquisitely simple Le Foglie collection evoked a consoling spirit of solidity and agelessness, that stood loftily above the seemingly inexhaustible tide of ephemeral froth.
The froth keeps the nymph from drying out and may help hide it from enemies.
There is evidence throughout the play that there are some serious thoughts brewing beneath the comic froth.