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froth at the mouth

1. Literally, to produce foam from one's mouth, as due to a disease or other ailment. All of a sudden she collapsed in a fit, convulsing and frothing at the mouth.
2. Figuratively, to be viciously and uncontrollably angry or upset. The protesters had formed outside the courthouse, frothing at the mouth as the alleged murderer made his way up the steps.
See also: froth, mouth

froth something up

to whip or aerate something until it is frothy. Froth the milk up before you add it to the sauce. Froth up the milk before you pour it in.
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froth up

[for something] to build up a froth when whipped, aerated, or boiled. The mixture began to froth up as Dan beat it. The milk frothed up as the steam went through it.
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froth up

v.
1. To become frothy or foamy: The vinegar quickly frothed up when I added the baking soda.
2. To cause something to become frothy or foamy: The spinning blades of the blender frothed up the juice. You need to stir vigorously in order to froth the sauce up.
See also: froth, up

froth

n. a beer. How about another pitcher of frost, innkeeper?
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Similarly, floatation of oil shale in a mixture of oil shale and calcite has shown a high recovery of oil shale in the froth layer.
From both economic and technical perspectives, it is always desirable to achieve a holistic improvement in bitumen recovery, froth quality, and tailings settling.
Surveys by trading standards services have shown many licensees serve pints with a head of froth of five per cent and some as much as 10 per cent.
They break up the bubbles and the froth falls flat.
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The FLT will increase operational efficiency of the Flotation Cell because the Acoustic technology is not affected by density, build-up, scaling, hydraulic imbalance affects, conductivity or sticky froth conditions.
In a froth column, gas is released at a constant rate into a surfactant solution in a cylindrical vessel; the resulting froth rises until it overflows.
A Ye Ancient Order of Froth Blowers (AOFB), set up in the 20s, was a fun organisation dedicated to drinking beer.
At present a pint of beer can be 95 per cent liquid and five per cent froth.
Welser-Most elevated this bonbon above pure froth by imbuing it with a certain world-weary ache, and the orchestra rose to the occasion, playing with high gloss and essential unanimity of purpose.
IF THE INTERNET is the froth on the waves of misfortune that are sweeping across that economic/military zone we call the world, then the sites below show that the froth can sting--when the Internet originates, or makes manifest, points of cultural tension.
Good froth and nice tasting coffee - although still nothing like the real McCoy from a proper coffee shop.
COVENTRY trading standards officers have welcomed government plans to make it illegal for pubs to serve froth instead of beer.
There is evidence throughout the play that there are some serious thoughts brewing beneath the comic froth.
Froth Factor: 1 cm froth, light but could do with more chocolate