Definition of Foam at the mouth
1. Verb. Be in a state of uncontrolled anger.
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Literary usage of Foam at the mouth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Black Beauty, His Groom and Companions.: The "Uncle Tom's Cabin" of the Horse. by Anna Sewell (1894)
"Before that I never knew what it was to foam at the mouth, but now the action of ... But it is just as unnatural for horses as for men to foam at the mouth ..."
2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1861)
"Another popular error is to suppose that mad dogs foam at the mouth, ... But while healthy dogs often " foam at the mouth," it is only in one stage of the ..."
3. The Medical Times and Gazette (1863)
"She does not, however, bite the tongue or foam at the mouth. The attacks are preceded by giddiness and palpitation of the heart, and are followed by ..."
4. A System of Surgery by William Tod Helmuth (1879)
"foam at the mouth, constriction of the throat, twisting of the neck to one side, with rigidity of thp hands ; contortions, and spasmodic ..."
5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"The mad dog docs not usually foam at the mouth to any great extent at first. The mucus of the mouth is not much increased in quantity ..."