- v. Simple past tense and past participle of froth.
“There were still others where the notion frothed and foamed, turning up unexpected ideas, revealing depths of dissatisfaction, of desire, of unsuspected powers in woman that startled the staid old world.”
“I closed my eyes as the water frothed, the steady hum of the motor soothing my jangled nerves.”
“You, on the other hand, adjure that my posts are "frothed with more like despair, and dissatisfaction", and are "almost void or lacking the bolstering of support her new found home town direly needs".”
“Before she was nineteen she showed symptoms of lead poisoning -- had fits, frothed at the mouth, and died.”
“For the frothed milk, you can buy a battery-operated frother or a microwave one, from such companies as Bodum or Aeropress (all available from their respective websites or at www. amazon.com).”
“Joachim-Remy howled and frothed, looking like she was in horrible pain.”
“While the soups are little more than pureed and frothed vegetables, with very little spice, each is wholesome, hot and fulfilling.”
“A familiar strawberry-red powder sprinkled down into the tub, where the rain frothed up the soap, which starting forming bubbles right away.”
“All the rumors have frothed to the top rather rapidly since Ed Norton was unceremoniously dumped by Marvel -- prompting the Oscar-nominated actor to try to save face via Facebook.”
“He squinted against the sharp fumes of Klara's strong soap, and when he got the bloodstained ticking into the kettle, the water roiled and frothed red like so much sick stew.”
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