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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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However, she then noticed that Cindy, a two-year-old Cyprus poodle cross was hiding behind her and also frothing at the mouth.
A HEROIN user has been banned from driving after being found frothing at the mouth behind the wheel.
The four-month-old bolognese dog was frothing at the mouth, vomiting and staggering in circles when it was rushed to the vets on Monday.
And frothing at the mouth (Speak Out, March/April 2013)?
He finally broke free from the vice-like grip around his neck to bellow down the mobile: "Please come quickly, her face is blue and she's frothing at the mouth.
Then they have Ben Morgan, so I am sure it will be a tough old battle and I am sure they will be frothing at the mouth as much as we are.
Groups of men gathered after their shifts to drink along a road near a railway station late Tuesday when they began vomiting, suffering piercing headaches and frothing at the mouth, Nigam said.
After about an hour she lay on the bed frothing at the mouth, went pale and was motionless.
Appropriate Adult (ITV1 Wales, tonight, 9pm) * AFTER all the controversy and Daily Mail-style frothing at the mouth, last week's opening episode of this dramatisation of Gloucester serial killer Fred West's arrest and the relationship he struck up with the trainee social worker tasked with sitting in on his interviews with police turned out to be great stuff.
We found him frothing at the mouth and unconscious.
Thankfully we live in a more tolerant age than when folk hid in kitchens making chugging noises and frothing at the mouth like a possessed Frenchman to convince guests they weren't serving instant coffee.
HERE'S a heads up for a just confirmed gig that has already got people frothing at the mouth with excitement.