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froth in Drink topic

frothfroth2 verb [intransitive]  1 (also froth up)DFDHC if a liquid froths, it produces or contains a lot of small bubbles on top 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 froth at the mouth→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
frothI jumped in and frothed about a bit, then went back inside and made some coffee.She wore an ivory silk blouse, frothing at neck and cuffs.With a strangled, gargling shriek, Carradine fell over, frothing at the mouth, arms waving.Mortally wounded, frothing at the mouth, grinding his teeth in pain, he chose the floor instead.He died at a friend's flat in Rock Ferry after going into convulsions and frothing at the mouth.Cottonwoods and elm trees cast long shadows across the frothing creek.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.In a few miles they came to a canyon, frothing with rapids.