The spume of an hectic cough hangs around his mouth, and blood flows out his nostrils.
A yellow foam, like spume of the sea, dropped from his lips.
Quivering, throbbing with the tremendous effort, she dashed on, the water climbing her sides and lashing to spume at her stern.
They passed from her mind like the spume puffed from the wave's crest.
It was not at its height at this time, but it ran like a mill race with a vicious swirl and spume, and was ugly to look at.
The black horse was gray with dust and lather when he reined him in, spattering the spume flakes upon me.
Chattering young things about me, with nothing but foam and spume in their heads, on their tongues, would drive me mad.
Brochet muttered as if in prayer while the leaden-backed surges lipped across the gunwales and the spume slashed across the bow.
Far behind her, a monstrous spouting of gas and spume rose up hundreds of feet.
No spray ever drifts in at these heights, no froth or spume can ever in the wildest storms beat upon this verandah.