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foamy

[ foh-mee ]
/ ˈfoʊ mi /
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adjective, foam·i·er, foam·i·est.
covered with or full of foam.
consisting of foam.
resembling foam.
pertaining to foam.
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Origin of foamy

before 1000; Middle English fomy,Old English fāmig.See foam, -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM foamy

foam·i·ly, adverbfoam·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for foamy

foamy
/ (ˈfəʊmɪ) /

adjective foamier or foamiest
of, resembling, consisting of, or covered with foam

Derived forms of foamy

foamily, adverbfoaminess, noun
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