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  • n  a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid
    the beer had a thick head of foam
  • n  a lightweight material in cellular form; made by introducing gas bubbles during manufacture
  • v  become bubbly or frothy or foaming
    The river was foaming

  • Foam In Mot's cocktail, foam adds texture and fruity flavor to Champagne without altering the effervescence.
  • And while the dislodged foam caused much consternation at the space agency, Discovery had the least loss of foam when compared to the other shuttle launches.
  • Ever since housewives started dunking the family's dirty clothes and dishes in synthetic detergents, the nation's sewers have been swamped by an expanding flow of foam.
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  • Michael Griffin in 940 News
    We're coming back, and I think we are back, from some pretty severe technical problems that led to the loss of Columbia. We understand the foam now,Griffin said, referring to the chunks of insulating foam that kept breaking off the fuel tanks.
  • Kobe Bryant in
    If you want to throw something, at least throw something that isn't going to hurt,Kobe Bryant said. "So I guess that [foam] was the best situation."
  • Tiger Wood in International Herald Tribune
    I started (shaving) a little late. My stubble didn't quite grow in,said Woods, his face red and windburnt from a sandstorm earlier in the day. "My dad showed me how to do it and I tried to do it just like him. I got foam all over the...

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