Definition of Foamers

1. Noun. (plural of foamer) ¹



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Definition of Foamers

1. foamer [n] - See also: foamer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foamers

foals
foam
foam at the mouth
foam cell
foam cells
foam parties
foam party
foam rubber
foam stability test
foamable
foamboard
foamboards
foamed
foamentation
foamer
foamers (current term)
foameth
foamflower
foamflowers
foamier
foamiest
foamily
foaminess
foaminesses
foaming
foaming agent
foamingly
foamings
foamless
foamlike

Literary usage of Foamers

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1. The Flotation Process by Herbert Ashton Megraw (1918)
"We can then divide the oils into "oilers" and "foamers," and in practice a mixture representative of both classes is desirable. ..."

2. Bolivia [a Handbook] by International Bureau of the American Republics (1892)
"Chocolate pots— Tin, single or double, with or without foamers dozen.. 2. 892 Rowlocks— The same, galvanized, gross weight do.... .83 Iron, gross weight ..."

3. Testing for the Flotation Process by Arthur William Fahrenwald (1917)
"Frothers or foamers. Oils that are good " collectors " are practically insoluble in water and form a film not easily evaporated, so make persistent ..."

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