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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of foam.

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Examples

  • Specifically the realm of 'foamed' metals forged in zero gee at high Gauss…

    NASA Administrator Orders Study of Heavy Lift Alternatives | Universe Today

  • The big ones are power satellites (beaming zero-carbon-footprint energy to earth), zero-G industrial processes (things that can't be cheaply made in a gravity field, such as foamed steel), and tourism (I'm looking forward to Disneymoon, and that first Hyatt with an out-of-this-world view).

    Near-future Space Industries

  • Liquid rock decompresses and explodes from the volcano's mouth, producing a mixture of 'foamed' glass and micro - and mini-crystals.

    YubaNet.com

  • Constantly under pressure, Cutler could only debate taking the sack or forcing bad throws, both of which were capitalized on by a Skins unit that foamed at the mouth.

    By any means necessary - Redskins 17 Bears 14

  • The bartender of The White Horse pub plunked another pint of Guinness onto the bar, and Elaine watched as the swirling, dark liquid foamed over the rim of the glass.

    Klondike

  • McSweeny's Books Theodore Pull In his shows, Theodore Pull feigned a trance and foamed at the mouth to add drama.

    Conjurers, Con Men & Other Strange Celebrities

  • Sarit handed her a bottle of peroxide, and Cara poured it over her knee, watching as it foamed white.

    Choker

  • Elsinore, one moment overtoppling her slender frailness, the next moment splashing a hundred tons of water on her deck and flinging her skyward as they passed beneath and foamed and crested from sight in the murky gray to leeward.

    CHAPTER XXXIV

  • Then, astounded by the quantity of beer that was lacking, and remembering having seen stale beer made to foam afresh, I took a stick and stirred what was left till it foamed to the brim.

    Chapter 3

  • Hagan might be, when Tim himself appeared around the corner, bearing a lidless lard-can that foamed with steam beer.

    CHAPTER IV

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