Definition of froth :
1. Any empty, senseless show of wit or eloquence; rhetoric without thought.
2. Light, unsubstantial matter.
3. The bubbles caused in fluids or liquors by fermentation or agitation; spume; foam; esp., a spume of saliva caused by disease or nervous excitement.
4. To cause to foam.
5. To cover with froth; as, a horse froths his chain.
6. To spit, vent, or eject, as froth.
7. To throw up or out spume, foam, or bubbles; to foam; as beer froths; a horse froths.
solid, coruscate, fiddle-faddle, small potatoes, small change, nonsense, spark, minutia, surface, scintillate, form bubbles, yeast, trivia, suds, triviality, frivolity, trifle, cream, sparkle, spume, frippery, important
bubble (part of speech: verb)
bubbles (part of speech: verb)
- Beat the yolks of two eggs until light, add a cupful of milk and beat hard for a few moments, then add the whites of the eggs beaten to a stiff froth. - "The Myrtle Reed Cook Book", Myrtle Reed.
- They contained nothing, as far as we examined, but a slimy bloody froth. - "Trial-of-Mary-Blandy", Roughead, William.
- When done, skim off all the fat and froth. - "The Book of Household Management", Mrs. Isabella Beeton.