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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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Edgar Hoover, and Paul Cameron, along with other Christian moralists, including Anita Bryant-types, and Texas Republicans who, at times, do their bidding, all spring to mind, as do the authors of some frothily antigay amicus briefs filed in Lawrence with the Supreme Court.
Browne writes frothily about seeing The Futurist exhibition, first in Paris then in London, asserting her modern taste and the potential for such radical judgement in the British Public:
A frothily sparkling Torrontes with trapped CO2 and arrested fermentation to a delicious, aromatic, almost frivolous 77 g/l residual sugar.
In the frothily charming French flick The Adopted, a man struggled to come to terms with his partner's death in a traffic accident.
DELICACY 109mins IN frothily charming French flick, The Adopted, a man struggled to come to terms with his partner's death in a traffic accident.
But his Titanic is as frothily watchable as you'd expect.
Then decorating same, frothily, with crepe tablecloths and sprinklage, ready to receive the much-anticipated fictional finger buffet that, even as we bustle, is doomed.