Made of, covered with, or resembling froth; foamy.(adjective)
Playfully frivolous in character or content: a frothy French farce. (adjective)
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Use "frothy" in a sentence
"I believe you are referring to Santorum, which is also defined as a frothy mix of some sort."
"Reports in the state of this condition - called frothy bloat - range geographically, roughly from Grayson County to eastern Kentucky to Cincinnati, said Jeff Lehmkuhler, an extension beef cattle specialist for the University of Kentucky."
"Also, if your surname is slang for a 'frothy' anal sex byproduct, best you steer clear of phrases like "Conservative stool.""