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FOAM, noun [Latin fumo, to smoke, to foam ]

Froth; spume; the substance which is formed on the surface of liquors by fermentation or violent agitation, consisting of bubbles.

FOAM, verb intransitive

1. To froth; to gather foam The billows foam A horse foams at the mouth when violently heated.

2. To be in a rage; to be violently agitated.

He foameth and gnasheth with his teeth. Mark 9:18.

FOAM, verb transitive To throw out with rage or violence; with out.

FOAMing out their own shame. Jude 1:13.