soapsuds

[sohp-suhdz]
noun (used with a plural verb)
suds made with water and soap.

Origin:
1605–15; soap + suds

soapsudsy, adjective
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soapsuds (ˈsəʊpˌsʌdz)
 
pl n
foam or lather made from soap
 
'soapsudsy
 
adj

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Example sentences
When these two gases are mixed in the presence of soapsuds in a reactor, liquid latex results.
Cold water rinses remove soapsuds more efficiently than warm water rinses.
After giving him a good scolding, she said she would prepare a bowl of hot soapsuds with which to clean the sidewalk.
Inject as often blood-warm soapsuds or salt water per rectum.
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