adjective, foam·i·er, foam·i·est.
- foam glass,
- foam rubber,
- foamed metal,
- foamed plastic,
- foamy virus,
- fob off,
Origin of foamy
Examples from the Web for foamy
Foamy, pink... oh, summertime cocktail hour, we love you so.
We drive past a small pond of foamy water where they dumped the ashes, to Gas Chamber and Crematorium II.
Then they poured the foamy stuff into a pan, and put it in the refrigerator.The Vehement Flame|Margaret Wade Campbell Deland
At the end of that time the yeast mixture should be light and foamy.
The waters rushed along, and fell with resounding, foamy violence to the depth below.Imogen|William Godwin
These will be light and foamy in the inside and delicious to the taste.Candy-Making at Home|Mary M. Wright
From the foamy top of the mug came the unmistakable aroma of beer.The Helpful Hand of God|Tom Godwin