frothy

Part of speech: adjective

Of, like, or full of froth; empty; pretentious.

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Usage examples "frothy":

  1. Course, it's kind of frothy stuff to pass for conversation; but it bubbles out constant, and she blows it around impartial. - "On With Torchy", Sewell Ford.
  2. Amazed th' intruder felt His frothy body melt And heard the radiance on his bosom hiss; And, forced in blind confusion to retire, Leapt in the water to escape the fire. - "Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)", Isaac D'Israeli.
  3. When Terry Stamper brought the pail of beer now the new printer drank abundantly of the frothy stuff, and for a time glowed gently with a suggestive radiance, as if he, too, were almost moved to tell of strange cities; but he never did. - "The Wrong Twin", Harry Leon Wilson.