Froth, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Frothed p. pr. & vb. n.. Frothing.]
1. To cause to foam.
2. To spit, vent, or eject, as froth.
He . . . froths treason at his mouth. --Dryden.
Is your spleen frothed out, or have ye more? --Tennyson.
3. To cover with froth; as, a horse froths his chain.
Froth·ing, n. Exaggerated declamation; rant.
adj 1: covered with or resembling small bubbles as from being
agitated by beating or heating; "the bubbling candy
mixture"; "a cup of foaming cocoa"; "frothy
milkshakes"; "frothy waves"; "spumy surf" [syn: bubbling,
foaming, foamy, spumous, spumy, sudsy]
2: producing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from
exhaustion or disease; "the rabid animal's frothing mouth"
[syn: foaming, foamy]