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- adj. comparative form of foamy: more foamy
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Miller Lite had a slightly foamier consistency (the Vortex bottle at work?) but no particular taste that could be discerned through the suds; Bud Light earned the honorific "least awful, but just barely."
There are specific ingredients in shampoo thatare included to make sure that it lathers up foamier than a cumulus cloud—something that many of us like.
Through the night it kept awaking me, and on the morrow I found a sea foamier than ever; impossible to reach the Colonna by boat, and almost so, I was assured, to make the journey by land in such weather as this.
Adventurous protein seekers might add egg white for a foamier result.
Deep thoughts Why do soap get foamier when the water is hotter?