Definition of 'foamy'
Example sentences containing 'foamy'
A sky of roiling colors, and a shore upon which the waters of the dream-sea threw themselves, dark and foamy.EVERVILLE (2001)
When the bubbles were a foamy mass and the bath was nearly full, Rose turned off the taps and lowered herself in.JUST BETWEEN US (2001)
I watch the sea and I think I see in the patterns of foamy surf tumbling arms and legs thrown together or held up, up in surrender.SEA MUSIC (2001)
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