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The example sentences of FOAM AT THE MOUTH in videos (1 in total of 1)

he personal pronoun laughed verb, past tense so adverb hard adjective that preposition or subordinating conjunction he personal pronoun hit verb, past tense the determiner floor noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction began verb, past tense to to shake verb, base form and coordinating conjunction foam noun, singular or mass at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner mouth noun, singular or mass .

Use "foam at the mouth" in a sentence | "foam at the mouth" example sentences

How to use "foam at the mouth" in a sentence?

  • Grunt, foam at the mouth, and otherwise get psychic.
    -Theodore Annemann-

English idiom

What does "foam at the mouth" mean?
"foam at the mouth" is an English idiom. Meaning "Be extremely angry, as in . This hyperbolic term uses the verb in the sense of "froth at the mouth," a usage generally applied to animals such as horses and dating from about a.d. 950. [1400s]"

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