Definitions

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  • adj. Covered with froth, foam.
  • adj. Full of, or covered with something.
  • adj. Excited.

Etymologies

a- +‎ froth (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Of course my liberalism about health care has also gotten some of the latter afroth, but one doesn't always have to take the delicious opportunity of offending everybody.

    One fight I hope "we" lose

  • Barnstaple is a pleasant English country town, with that air of cleanliness and quiet prosperity, of excellent sanitation and odd historic corners, side by side with big new modern buildings and exquisite green gardens where the old gnarled apple-trees are afroth with blossom in the spring, which is the peculiar flavour of an English country town.

    Lynton and Lynmouth A Pageant of Cliff & Moorland

  • The entire campus united behind her; Muslim students were offered escorts to and from classes; and all of Elmhurst College was afroth with righteous indignation against the haters.

    Jihad Watch

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