What is another word for frothy?

383 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ fɹˈɒθi], [ fɹˈɒθi], [ f_ɹ_ˈɒ_θ_i]

Frothy is a word that describes something that is bubbly, foamy, and light. However, there are many synonyms that can be used instead of frothy to describe similar properties. For example, one could use words such as bubbly, effervescent, or foaming. Other synonyms for frothy include creamy, lathery, and whipped. Each of these words can be used to describe various different things, such as drinks or food, as well as the consistency or texture of other materials. When looking for synonyms for frothy, it is important to take the context into account in order to choose the most appropriate word for the situation.

Semantically related words: cream, milk, steam, white

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    What are the hypernyms for Frothy?

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

    What are the opposite words for frothy?

    Frothy is a word that describes something that is light, foamy, or bubbly in appearance. Its antonyms would be words that describe something that is heavy, dense, or lacking foam or bubbles. For example, the word "flat" would be an antonym of frothy, as it refers to something that does not have any bubbles or foam. The word "watery" could also be an antonym, as it describes a liquid that is thin and lacking in density, unlike frothy beverages like cappuccinos or milkshakes. Other antonyms for frothy might include words like solid, heavy, or substantial, which all describe things that are opposite in appearance or composition to frothy substances.

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    Usage examples for Frothy

    If the swelling is cut into, a frothy, dark-red, rather disagreeable-smelling fluid is discharged.
    "Special Report on Diseases of Cattle"
    U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
    Bleeding from the lungs comes from both nostrils, is bright red, frothy, and accompanied with a cough.
    "Special Report on Diseases of Cattle"
    U.S. Department of Agriculture J.R. Mohler
    Indeed, it was well for him that he had this companion who could talk to him in her quiet, low tones; for he was out of spirits and inclined to be silent; and certainly he had no wish to join in the frothy discussion which Octavius Quirk had started at the upper end of the table.
    "Prince Fortunatus"
    William Black

    Famous quotes with Frothy

    • I am not religious. I cannot conceive of gods who would give a damn about humanity’s frothy carryings-on. I mean, logically, beings of that order just wouldn’t. But maybe there is a force for greater good, created by our unconscious minds conjoined, that becomes an independent power greater than the sum of its parts. Maybe, being a mindthing, it is not time-bound. Maybe it can see everywhere and everywhen and move pawns so that what seems to be today’s victory becomes the cornerstone of tomorrow’s defeat. Maybe weariness did things to my mind.
      Glen Cook
    • The blue woman, linked and lacquered, at her window Did not desire that feathery argentines Should be cold silver, neither that frothy clouds
      Wallace Stevens
    • The world doth ever change; there is no peace Among the shallows of its storm-vexed breast; With every breath the frothy waves increase, They toss up mire and dirt, they cannot rest; I thank Thee that within thy strong-built ark My soul across the uncertain sea can sail, And though the night of death be long and dark, My hopes in Christ shall reach within the veil; And to the promised haven steady steer, Whose rest to those who love is ever near.
      Jones Very
    • I am a weary heart surrounded by life's frothy ocean.
      Jibanananda Das

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