foamy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s producing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease
- s emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation
foamy (or frothy) beer
- Soon after that, Pat discovered that his urine had turned brown and foamy.
- Here is a picture of palm trees swaying gently under a cottony blue sky while a family frolics in the foamy surf.
- Models in colorful, voluminous outfits made out of shower curtains and hospital intestine bags were strutting the catwalk, spraying sparkling wine and foamy shower soap into the .
- Stephen Furst in PR Web (press release)
Most people with kidney disease don't know they have it and are unaware of the most common warning signs of kidney disease--foamy urine, mental confusion, headaches, nausea and vomiting--so we are making a mini-movie about them,Stephen Furst...
- Peggy Noonan in Christian Science Monitor
As fellow conservative speech writer Peggy Noonan wrote approvingly in The Wall Street Journal: Hughes "doesn't have to wear makeup now. She can have a soft face. She can wash her face in Dove foamy cleanser."
- Jim Leyland in DetNews.com
On Miller still looking like a teenager, though, Leyland said, "I don't think he's buying a lot of foamy Gillette."