frothy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation
foamy (or frothy) beer
- s marked by high spirits or excitement
- People expect you to be frivolous, frothy and not particularly smart.
- In a separate bowl, add the eggs, egg yolks and 14 cup of water and beat together with fork until light and frothy.
- His public language is more cautious than it used to be, but he seemed downright frothy in a private session with the congressional leadership after his press conference.
- Wu Jinglian in United Press International
The frothy property market can be taken as a sign of a new crisis and deserves great attention,Wu said.
- Ian Hislop in guardian.co.uk
It's proof positive that the idea that privacy law is only indulged in by frothy celebrities and only used on silly cases and need not concern anyone in proper journalism is not true,Hislop said.