sudsy

[suhd-zee]
adjective, sudsier, sudsiest.
1.
consisting of, containing, or producing foamy lather.
2.
resembling or suggesting suds.
3.
Slang. soapy ( def 5 ).

Origin:
1865–70, Americanism; suds + -y1

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suds (sʌdz)
 
pl n
1.  the bubbles on the surface of water in which soap, detergents, etc, have been dissolved; lather
2.  soapy water
3.  slang chiefly (US), (Canadian) beer or the bubbles floating on it
 
[C16: probably from Middle Dutch sudse marsh; related to Middle Low German sudde swamp; see seethe]
 
'sudsy
 
adj

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Example sentences
When the wind blows, the waves on the lake agitate this surface agent, thus
  transforming it into sudsy white foam.
Once the wax is removed, wash the oven in hot sudsy water and dry thoroughly.
Regular dish soap will not have the same effect as it is too sudsy.
Both the outside and inside of a microwave should be cleaned with a sudsy cloth
  and rinsed with a clean damp cloth.
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