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sudsy

[suhd-zee] /ˈsʌd zi/
adjective, sudsier, sudsiest.
1.
consisting of, containing, or producing foamy lather.
2.
resembling or suggesting suds.
3.
Slang. soapy (def 5).
Origin
1865-1870
1865-70, Americanism; suds + -y1
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  • 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.
  • Incidentally, the concentrate contains no bleach, nor does it contain anything that might make the floor sudsy.
  • In essence, it is this portion of the drama that is often awash in the sudsy waves of bathos.
  • However, ticks might also survive a sudsy interlude by sheltering in the folds and crevices of a typical load of laundry.
  • Dip one end of the straw into the sudsy solution then hold the straw slightly above the surface of the solution.
  • Combine ingredients in a bucket of warm water and mix until sudsy.
  • Shake dirt out, wash it in warm sudsy water, dry it out and replace it in the holder.

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