water brash

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water brash

[′wȯd·ər ‚brash]
(medicine)
Severe distress caused by regurgitation of gastric acid into the throat.
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I WAS really disgusted about the Kuyt injury and Rafa is correct to foam at the mouth.
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"There's people that foam at the mouth waiting for it," said Kurowski.