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  • n. The state or quality of being foamy.

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  • n. the property of being foamy


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foamy +‎ -ness


  • He reports Carr, three beers into an evening, as experiencing "a pleasant foaminess somewhere around his forebrain" and says Carr's melancholy relationships with women have "the feel of a beach in midwinter."

    In Brief: Mystery

  • We can break the beer's foaminess into three components: head formation, head retention and head stability.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Yes, well now I have a cardboard toilet paper roll stuck somewhere in my pipes as well as a wire hanger sticking halfway out, all covered in a blue foaminess.

    toastcrumbs Diary Entry

  • Similarly, when the dry crystals of citric or malic acid and sodium bicarbonate in a candy are moistened together in the mouth, they react and form bubbles of carbon dioxide that provide the sensation of tartness and prickly foaminess.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • It was quite true, though we at first thought that we must be under shelter of the land; the wind was sinking fast, and the waves lost their fierce foaminess.

    Devon Boys A Tale of the North Shore

  • Lemon pudding cake is a cloud on the tongue dissolving into sweet foaminess.

    The Clog

  • Though I gotta admit, the foaminess of his storage crate looks makes it a pretty solid resting place.


  • Combine all ingredients with immersion blender, then transfer to stand mixer and whip on medium-high until maximum foaminess is achieved.

    Eat Foo


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