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- v. Present participle of foam.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Giving off bubbles and developing a head of foam.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Specifically, noting a class of sectional boilers in which each unit discharges the steam-gas formed in it into a chamber above the level of any water which may accumulate in the latter.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. producing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease
- adj. emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation
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All that footage of you on a daily basis foaming from the mouth about hispanics in this country – can't retract that Lou.
Yes | No | Report from hunterkid94 wrote 43 weeks 6 days ago ive caught plenty and ive just opened the trap and they ran away. always b armed tho. if they r foaming from the mouth u will have to shoot it.
I started watching that and woke up on the floor foaming from the mouth … Got enough jump cuts?
I think the pictures of ladies hanging on to crosses in foaming seas are good.
We had to promise, for Noël was getting greener and more gurgly every minute, and at any moment Father or uncle might burst in foaming for an explanation, and none of us would have one except Noël, and him in this state of all-anyhow.
Since he doesn’t actually have the willpower needed to experience this cosmic awareness without foaming from the mouth and going completely nuts, he has to get high every time he transforms, or he will eventually lose his sanity.
I mean I know the Brits have some sort of investigation going on but the U.S. population is still foaming from the mouth about a the bonus payouts, the stimulus, and our leaders are foaming right along with them, but don’t want to pursue those whose deliberate acts led to the waste of trillions of dollars and thousands of lives, because they don’t want to seem partisan.
While known as a foaming and cleaning agent, this ingredient is a known skin irritant that can cause damage to the tissue lining the inside of a person's mouth.
This word conveys the idea of "foaming," as in the process of fermentation, or when poured out.
The Company's current product line is designed for Car Care and Pet Care, however, SpongeTech (R) is currently exploring additional applications for its technology including an anti-bacterial, kitchen and bath cleaner, as well as a unique 'foaming' bath sponge for children.