Synonyms for Froth:

n.

contract, catch, develop, come down with, go down with, suffer, have, afflict, get, invade. dribble, corner, epiglottis, gargle, head, furry, yeast, dry, gingivitis, Adam's Apple, agape, solid. detail, stuff, nothing, frivolity, dead wood, surface, non-issue, adjunct, irrelevance, minutia, Minutiae, inessentials, important, triviality, trivia, fiddle-faddle, nonsense, small change, trifle, small potatoes, frippery. boil over, boil up, atomize, boil away, break down, bake, clear, cream. feel, experience, nurse, walk away with, let yourself go, give up to, possess, burn, overflow, tingle. fiber, billow, fog, fibre, knot, hank, block. bubble (noun)
effervescence, surf, lather, balloon.
bubbles (noun)
lather.
effervescence (noun)
sparkle.
foam (noun)
cream, surf.
froth (noun)
foam, effervescence, fizz, spume, barm, scud, spray, suds, spindrift, Ebullition, head, scum, yeast, sparkle, effervesce.

v.

boil (verb)
bubble, effervesce.
bubble (verb)
boil, balloon, bubble, lather, spray, foam, effervesce, aerate, cloud, fizz.
bubbles (verb)
ferment, carbonation, fume, spindrift, Ebullition, scum, meerschaum, barm, head, scud.
churn (verb)
boil, ferment.
drool (verb)
dribble.
ferment (verb)
overflow.
foam (verb)
aerate.

Other synonyms:

dry, dribble, fiddle-faddle, gargle, minutia, furry, small potatoes, epiglottis, hank, Adam's Apple, agape, trivia. frivolity, yeast, small change, cream. frippery, triviality, corner. knot, trifle, fiber. fog. nonsense. block. head. bubble
fizz.
Other relevant words:
ferment, scud, block, dribble, triviality, frivolity, burn, minutia, carbonation, Ebullition, trifle, spindrift, frippery, furry, nonsense, fiddle-faddle, fume, trivia, small potatoes, scum, corner, sparkle, epiglottis, yeast, head, knot, spume, barm, stuff, cream, gargle, Minutiae, dry, suds, small change, hank.

Usage examples for froth

  1. He wiped froth from his waistcoat. – The Wrong Twin by Harry Leon Wilson
  2. Perhaps these new opinions of his were, after all, mere froth it might be wise to let him talk himself out. – Masterman and Son by W. J. Dawson
  3. Occasionally out upon the water a whirling mass of froth suddenly flashed into view, like a great ghostly robe appearing, and then vanished, leaving the sea in its darkness, whence came those bass tones of the water's unknown emotion. – Men, Women, and Boats by Stephen Crane