• (RP) IPA: /fəʊmi/
  • (America) IPA: /foʊmi/

foamy (comparative foamier, superlative foamiest)

  1. Full of foam.
    He jumped overboard into the foamy waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
    • 1715–1720:Tlepolemus, the sun of Hercules, / Led nine swift vessels through the foamy seas — Alexander Pope, The Iliad
    • 1831: For busy thoughts the Stream flowed on / In foamy agitation — William Wordsworth, Yarrow Revisited.
Synonyms Translations Noun

foamy (plural foamies)

  1. Alternative spelling of foamie#English|foamie

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