suds :

Search Words
You can search or browse for words



  • n  the froth produced by soaps or detergents
  • n  a dysphemism for beer (especially for lager that effervesces)
  • v  wash in suds
  • v  make froth or foam and become bubbly

  • The President sits down for suds with Sergeant James Crowley and Professor Henry Louis Gates.
  • Badgerow, a former cook, is one of a growing number of proprietors of so-called microbreweries, which specialize in richer and more flavorful suds than the typical American beer.
  • Today's big fight is over low-suds detergents for automatic washers.
News & Articles

  • Brewery bike tour fundraiser for CASA set for Saturday
    The Spokes and Suds brewery bike tour for CASA rolls out of town this Saturday, June 22.
    June 21, 2013 - Ravalli Republic
  • Media : LOOK: Delorean Announces First Album In Three Years Via Teaser Video
    We are beyond thrilled to share that after three long years since Subiza , Barcelona quartet Delorean has a new album in the works. According to the video—with 90 seconds of new audio as well as dancing dots and floating suds—it appears that Delorean’s new album is cryptically titled  APAR . Though no release date has been announced yet, you can watch the preview for  APAR  above and join us in ...
    June 19, 2013 - Filter Magazine
  • Who golfs? Stephen Ballew walks his frequent rounds
    Instead of riding around in a cart for 18 holes and drinking beer along the way, he now walks the course and sips the suds at home.
    June 19, 2013 - Chattanooga Times Free Press

  • Peter Hook in Scotland on Sunday
    It just got to the point where New Order wasn't achieving what I wanted it to achieve,Hook says. "It's too many factors. It's like asking why did you split up with the missus? Because she snores, because she leaves the suds on the pots...
  • Ken Yeager in CBS 5
    I'm glad that Harv's Car Wash has clean suds. The owners are demonstrating that all companies, no matter their business, can do their part to protect the environment,Yeager said in a statement.
  • Pierre Falardeau in The Gazette (Montreal)
    Falardeau explained: "For me, Molson is like the English colonizers who pushed opium in China. I hate him, Molson, because he turned generations of Québécois into drunks. We would drown our wretchedness in suds. Despite it all, I was surprised...

Bee Dictionary: Search, browse, look at common errors, idioms and more.