frothing frothing


  • (adj) producing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease



  1. There was no denying that over 4,500 Utah sheep had staggered, fallen and diedtheir feet twitching spasmodically and some frothing at the mouth.
  2. So thanks, frothing bloggers, for calling me on my mistake.
  3. Then a second prisoner was discovered frothing at the mouth.


  • Penguins, Shero Get the Easy Stuff Out of the Way

    COMMENTARY | For all the frothing cries of change prompted by the Bruins' four-game disassembly of the Pittsburgh Penguins, extending the contracts of head coach Dan Bylsma and reigning MVP Evgeni Malkin was work of the no-brainer variety.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Yahoo! Contributor Network via Yahoo! Sports


  1. "I would be delinquent in my responsibilities if I wasn't interested in Allen Iverson," Riley said. "That's all I'm going to say. I'm not going to comment any more. It's like when Shaquille came out there. I was frothing at the mouth. So my...
    on Dec 13, 2006 By: Pat Riley Source: Kansas City Star

  2. As Churchill said here, leaders must make sure that the United Nations is "a force for action, and not merely a frothing of words."
    on Apr 26, 2004 By: Winston Churchill Source: (press release)

  3. "Stack was a lone madman, and it would be both glib and inaccurate to call him a card-carrying Tea Partier or a 'Tea Party terrorist.' But he did leave behind a manifesto whose frothing anti-government, anti-tax rage overlaps with some of those...
    on Mar 1, 2010 By: Frank Rich Source: AOL News

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