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Things foaming often describes (“foaming ________”)
surf, cataract, glass, agents, crest, liquid, mass, agent, surface, mouth, process, torrent, flood, reef, froth, billow, surfactants, waves, problem, draught, wall, stream, barrier, detergents, place, sweat, tendency, properties, base, wear, systems, tendencies, torrents, vortex, detergent, qualities, fit, steeds, surfactant, gorge, streams, chasm, sea, over, song, muzzle, quart, breeze, pewter, spate, roar, liquids, experiments, welter, whiteness, plastic, drink, passage, boil, scum, ingredients, hubbub, fall, breakers, sound, dew, waters, brim, cloud, furrow, solutions, flake, thorn, saga, tirade, crash, superabundance, prelude, swell, wavelets, mist, ridge, flowers, cleaner, straits, spot, wine

Descriptive words:
excessive, low, considerable, excess, violent, high, much, good, severe, heavy, white, slight, little, strong, less, premature, vigorous, extensive, turbid, subsequent, mechanical, non, physical, excellent, sudden, undesirable, continuous, microcellular, initial, extreme, undue, intensive, troublesome, serious, rapid, direct, yonder, net, persistent, objectionable, filamentous, reactive, wide, situ, optimum, dangerous, maximum, strange, wild, state, intense, conventional, uncontrollable, successful, over, froth, thermoplastic, rocky, biological, consequent, activated, unwanted, appreciable, liquid, mild, artificial, anti, resultant, copious, stable, continued, alkaline, angry, temporary, furious

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Book See foaming used in context: 8 rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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