With luck, once the matches begin, the tensions will subside with the suds on a cold Budweiser.
It is like as if the Dragon's tail had beaten it into suds of soap!
Not until she was elbow deep in suds did she recall her dreams about the octopus.
Lather the face, is to wash the beard with the suds which the ball maketh by chaffing it in the warm water.
Lastly, wash the flannels, in suds as hot as the hand can bear.
Her pail of suds stood on the shining floor, with a bit of oil-cloth under it, that not a drop of water should touch the varnish.
Do not put blueing into suds, as it makes specks in the flannel.
Let it boil in the suds for an hour or more, till the lace is clean and white all through.
Wash them in suds, and rinse them till the water comes off clear.
Then it's me tilted back with my heels up and the suds artist decoratin' my map until it looks like a Polish weddin' cake.
1540s, "dregs, leavings, muck," especially in East Anglia, "ooze left by flood" (this may be the original sense), perhaps borrowed from Middle Dutch sudse "marsh, bog," cognate with Old English soden, past participle of seoþan (see seethe). Meaning "soapy water" dates from 1580s; slang meaning "beer" first attested 1904.