[ UK /fɹˈɒθ/ ]
[ US /ˈfɹɔθ/ ]
  1. a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid
    the beer had a thick head of foam
  1. make froth or foam and become bubbly
    The river foamed
  2. become bubbly or frothy or foaming
    sparkling water
    The boiling soup was frothing
    sparkling water
    The river was foaming
  3. exude or expel foam
    the angry man was frothing at the mouth
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How To Use froth In A Sentence

  • The glass of beer was mostly froth.
  • A Dry Cappuccino is a double shot of espresso with little or no steamed milk, but frothed milk on top.
  • Use immersion blender or cappuccino machine steam attachment to froth the carrot foam mixture.
  • She gives me a look so scathing that it melts the froth on my cappuccino. Times, Sunday Times
  • Large deposits of frothy reddish-brown pyrolignic acid, or “wood vinegar,” as the men called it, had also been found, indicating, as Roebling said, “that a destructive distillation of wood had been going on.” The Great Bridge
  • It was precision expectoration that accurately landed a deposit of froth about two feet from my Oxford brogues.
  • Froth sauce using a hand-held immersion blender and drizzle foam atop ravioli.
  • Frothy geysers and hissing fumaroles vent into icy air, huge herds of elk and bison gather in low basins for food and warmth, the forest glitters with ice, and a blanket of snow brings a rare silence.
  • Reduce the heat and simmer for about 8 minutes, skimming the froth from the surface. Times, Sunday Times
  • Or apparently go camping without toting ten pounds of coffee-making gear (including a frother for the proper amount of foam). Plastic Elimination Campaign: Kid's Dishes
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