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froth in Drink topic

frothfroth2 verb [intransitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 (also froth up)DFDHC if a liquid froths, it produces or contains a lot of small bubbles on top πŸ”Š When you first open the bottle the beer will froth for a few seconds.2 HBHif someone’s mouth froths, saliva comes out as small white bubbles3 β†’ froth at the mouthβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
frothβ€’ I jumped in and frothed about a bit, then went back inside and made some coffee.β€’ She wore an ivory silk blouse, frothing at neck and cuffs.β€’ With a strangled, gargling shriek, Carradine fell over, frothing at the mouth, arms waving.β€’ Mortally wounded, frothing at the mouth, grinding his teeth in pain, he chose the floor instead.β€’ He died at a friend's flat in Rock Ferry after going into convulsions and frothing at the mouth.β€’ Cottonwoods and elm trees cast long shadows across the frothing creek.β€’ They have also developed additives which prevent the fuel from frothing so that it no longer spills over your shoes every time you fill-up.β€’ In a few miles they came to a canyon, frothing with rapids.