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Foam vs. Lather

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Foamnoun

A substance composed of a large collection of bubbles or their solidified remains.

‘He doesn't like so much foam in his beer.’;

Lathernoun

The foam made by rapidly stirring soap and water.

Foamnoun

A substance formed by trapping pockets of gas in a liquid or solid.

‘A foam mat can soften a hard seat.’;

Lathernoun

Foam from profuse sweating, as of a horse.

Foamnoun

(by extension) Sea foam; the sea.

‘He is in Europe, across the foam.’;

Lathernoun

(countable) A state of agitation.

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Foamnoun

Fury.

Latherverb

(transitive) To cover with lather.

Foamverb

(intransitive) To form or emit foam.

Latherverb

(transitive) To beat or whip.

Foamverb

(intransitive) To spew saliva as foam, to foam at the mouth.

Latherverb

(intransitive) To form lather or froth, as a horse does when profusely sweating.

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Foamnoun

The white substance, consisting of an aggregation of bubbles, which is formed on the surface of liquids, or in the mouth of an animal, by violent agitation or fermentation; froth; spume; scum; as, the foam of the sea.

Lathernoun

Foam or froth made by soap moistened with water.

Foamverb

To gather foam; to froth; as, the billows foam.

‘He foameth, and gnasheth with his teeth.’;

Lathernoun

Foam from profuse sweating, as of a horse.

Foamverb

To form foam, or become filled with foam; - said of a steam boiler when the water is unduly agitated and frothy, as because of chemical action.

Latherverb

To spread over with lather; as, to lather the face.

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Foamverb

To cause to foam; as, to foam the goblet; also (with out), to throw out with rage or violence, as foam.

Latherverb

To form lather, or a froth like lather; to accumulate foam from profuse sweating, as a horse.

Foamnoun

a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid

Latherverb

To beat severely with a thong, strap, or the like; to flog.

Foamnoun

a lightweight material in cellular form; made by introducing gas bubbles during manufacture

Lathernoun

the froth produced by soaps or detergents

Foamverb

form bubbles;

‘The boiling soup was frothing’; ‘The river was foaming’; ‘Sparkling water’;

Lathernoun

agitation resulting from active worry;

‘don't get in a stew’; ‘he's in a sweat about exams’;

Foamnoun

a mass of small bubbles formed on or in liquid, typically by agitation or fermentation

‘a beer with a thick head of foam’;

Lathernoun

a workman who puts up laths

Foamnoun

a mass of small bubbles formed from saliva or sweat.

Lathernoun

the foam resulting from excessive sweating (as on a horse)

Foamnoun

a liquid preparation containing many small bubbles

‘shaving foam’;

Latherverb

cover with soap;

‘lather your body when you shower’;

Foamnoun

a lightweight form of rubber or plastic made by solidifying liquid foam

‘foam rubber’;

Latherverb

beat severely with a whip or rod;

‘The teacher often flogged the students’; ‘The children were severely trounced’;

Foamnoun

the sea

‘Venus rising from the foam’;

Latherverb

form a lather;

‘The shaving cream lathered’;

Foamverb

form or produce a mass of small bubbles; froth

‘the sea foamed beneath them’;

Latherverb

rub soap all over, usually with the purpose of cleaning

Foam

Foam is an object formed by trapping pockets of gas in a liquid or solid.A bath sponge and the head on a glass of beer are examples of foams. In most foams, the volume of gas is large, with thin films of liquid or solid separating the regions of gas.

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