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froth

a mixture of saliva and air bubbles formed at the lips in certain diseases, such as rabies

froth

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(chemistry)
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Broadening the tax base in this way would eliminate the advantage currently given to residential investments over other forms of capital and, if implemented gradually, withdraw some of the current frothiness in housing markets.
Tomomasu tinkered with the drink by decreasing its sweetness and increasing its frothiness, the company said.
Shake vigorously to crack the ice and create frothiness.
Licuados also have less ice and a frothiness not found in smoothies.
At its best, Olivia Joules takes the most dreadful and serious business of our time and cheerfully places it in the context of a genre known mainly for its star-struck, media-engorged frothiness.
The milk is simultaneously heated and whipped to achieve the frothiness usually only obtained with a steam wand.
They have the radiance, looseness, and transparency of a Tiepolo decorative scheme, as well as some of Tiepolo's frothiness, all of which serves as a useful reminder that the Venetian pyrotechnician was in Madrid, working for the Spanish crown, from 1762 until his death in 1770-almost exactly the same time that the young Goya spent there assisting Francisco Bayeu.
Indeed, much of the frothiness in Hong Kong's property market is due to demand from Chinese HNWI, who buy luxury homes in Hong Kong in order to gain Hong Kong citizenship.
Actually, there is no mere frothiness here, but instead a surreal, picaresque exploration of the fantastical writings of E.
The egg whites add texture and frothiness, he adds.