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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There's people that foam at the mouth waiting for it," said Kurowski.
IF you haven't had a bet on Tim Henman's opponent, it's just about possible to tolerate the excitable housewives who foam at the mouth after every point the Oxford boy wins, writes Steve Palmer.
Given the parallel of "teeming" and "foaming," which apparently modify "citadel," it is not the besieging "I" but the spikes that foam at the mouth.