What is another word for froth at the mouth?

Pronunciation: [fɹˈɒθ at ðə mˈa͡ʊθ] (IPA)

"Froth at the mouth" is an idiom that means to show extreme anger or excitement. However, there are plenty of other synonyms that can be used instead of this idiom. One could say that someone is "spitting fire", "fuming", "raging", "seething", or "furious". Other synonyms include "boiling over", "smouldering", "incensed", "enraged", and "livid". Each of these words can be used to describe someone who is intensely angry and emotionally charged. It's important to use the right word to express what you want to convey and to avoid overusing the same phrase repeatedly.

Synonyms for Froth at the mouth:

What are the hypernyms for Froth at the mouth?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    rage, fit of anger, frenzied state, paroxysm of rage.

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