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frothy

adjective \ˈfr-thē, -thē\
froth·i·erfroth·i·est

Definition of FROTHY

1
:  full of or consisting of froth
2
a :  gaily frivolous or light in content or treatment :  insubstantial <a frothy comedy>
b :  made of light thin material
froth·i·ly \-thə-lē, -thə-\ adverb
froth·i·ness \-thē-nəs, -thē-\ noun

Examples of FROTHY

  1. <a frothy dessert made of whipped egg whites and fruit puree>
  2. <a frothy comedy that wouldn't exert the brain of a gnat>

First Known Use of FROTHY

15th century

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