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Synonyms for frothy

Synonyms for frothy

consisting of or resembling foam

amusing but essentially empty and frivolous

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Synonyms for frothy

emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation

marked by high spirits or excitement

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As any coffee lover knows, there's nothing quite like curling up with a large frothy cappuccino.
Ironically, Imara claims that Nigeria's banking sector in particular is "looking a bit frothy".
But the waif-like singer has delighted worried fans by ordering a calorie-busting frothy milk treat.
Autopsy findings that support the diagnosis of drowning include but are not limited to frothy fluid in the airways or lungs, hyperinflated and congested lungs and fluid in the stomach or paranasal sinuses.
And, for an unbeatable pounds 5.25 per head, children can effectively have a five-course meal made with fresh ingredients - dough balls, side salad, pizza, dessert and a frothy bambinoccino.
(It would be churlish of me to point out that those same voters sent Santorum to the Senate in the first place--twice.) Pennsylvania voters poured into the polls to vote against the frothy mix and by doing so earned themselves the love and gratitude of a grateful nation.
Raise your frothy beer steins to a legend in the international goal-scoring stakes!
At the height of the Great Depression, Hollywood offered America a bumper crop of frothy Busby Berkeley musicals, but Tinseltown also produced a raft of gangster films starring James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart, and Edward G.
As singer, songwriter, primary musician, and producer, Darren whips up an infectiously frothy and positive musical confection.
282 1.7 percent issue fell 0.005 percentage point from Thursday's close to 1.665 percent in a frothy trading ahead of the release later in the day of U.S.
Shopping with her mum, the pop starlet picked up one each of the new bubble bars, including The Comforter (pounds 3.25), a concoction of bergamot and cypress oil and Sunny Side (pounds 2.95), a golden glitter, frothy frenzy of uplifting, zesty sweet orange oil, tangerine and lemon essential oils that gently cleanse, speed up the elimination of toxins and improve skin tone.
Drawn from such varied publications as Interview, Spin, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, and even the Onion, the style and content of these selections range from whimsical to scholarly to frothy to profound.
In Zuerst die Fusse (First Defeat), 1990, his apotheosis as an ugly green frog (never a prince), crucified with a mug of frothy beer in hand, acquires much deeper resonance than it did ten or fifteen years ago, as does the abject figure who stands with his face to the wall in Martin, Go in the Corner, Shame on You, 1989.
Frothy competition compressed the cap rate down to what Howell described as "a number commensurate with most other Manhattan office properties these days."
Nikki Whyte, wife of local champion jockey Doug, and her friend Tracey Li turned more than a few heads with their frothy outfits and contrasting choice of hats.