Froth ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Froth ( noun )

  1. A mass of bubbles formed on the surface of a liquid, often as a result of agitation or fermentation.
  2. Something that is insubstantial or lacking in value or substance.

Origin:

The word "froth" comes from the old english word "froð" which means "foam". it was first used in the 8th century. .

Examples:

  1. The beer had a thick froth on top.
  2. The waves had a froth of white foam.
  3. She was angry and her words were just froth and no substance.
  4. The ocean was covered in a froth of bubbles.
  5. The cappuccino had a froth of steamed milk on top.

(As a verb)

Froth ( verb )

  1. A mass of bubbles formed on the surface of a liquid, often as a result of agitation or fermentation.
  2. Something that is insubstantial or lacking in value or substance.

Origin:

The word "froth" comes from the old english word "froð" which means "foam". it was first used in the 8th century. .

Examples:

  1. The beer had a thick froth on top.
  2. The waves had a froth of white foam.
  3. She was angry and her words were just froth and no substance.
  4. The ocean was covered in a froth of bubbles.
  5. The cappuccino had a froth of steamed milk on top.
Some random words: hoedown, constriction, sportive