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froth

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

froth

[frȯth]
(chemistry)
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Jesmond Dene yesterday, when the river had appeared to turn frothy
The taste was rich, chocolatey, creamy and very frothy.
The research team evaluated the MDCT images for the presence of fluid and sediment in the paranasal sinuses and airways, fluid in the ear, frothy fluid in the airways, obscured "ground-glass" appearance or thickening in the lungs, and swelling, fluid or sediment in the stomach.
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.
Others have tried to imitate our Julius Originals' frothy taste but no one has yet to succeed and customers are constantly asking what the secret ingredient is that makes our drinks so good.
Frothy competition compressed the cap rate down to what Howell described as "a number commensurate with most other Manhattan office properties these days.
So I'm thinking Elvisimpersonating polar bear, in sunglasses, singing a song about how frothy our foul-tasting strawberry drink is.
That's the frothy offer from GM Daewoo under a special March PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) plan through which a new 1-litre Matiz SE+ five door hatchback can be yours for pounds 2.
Temporal trends which sweep over and all too readily reshape other churches and societies seem to break apart as nothing more than frothy waves when they come up against 'the rock' of St.
recently introduced the Gourmet Whip, a kitchen tool that is used to prepare frothy warm sauces, flavored whipped creams and the popular new trend Espumas, the Spanish word for foams.
Another holiday party favorite, punch is sure to conjure up days gone by reminiscent of cut glass bowls and ladles filled with frothy, sliced fruit-topped potions, spiked and unspiked.
I'd silently conjure up images of my 20-something friends picking up their frothy lattes on their way to work, flitting about in hectic office environments, and surfing the Internet first thing in the morning.