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A protective wire fence had been erected around the foamy banks of the lake and nearby rivers, but proved of little use as the winds picked up, carrying the foam above the fence and onto the streets.
Once the butter becomes foamy, add the fillets and cook 3 or 4 minutes per side (depending on their thickness), turning them over carefully, until just cooked through.
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First Known Use of foamy
before 12th century
FOAMY Defined for Kids
Definition of foamy for Students
: covered with or looking like foam
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