Definition of frothiness in US English:

frothiness

noun

  • See frothy

    • ‘The ice cubes get the shake really cold and add frothiness to it.’
    • ‘Other than some isolated examples of frothiness - most notably, if also arguably, Google's stock price - there's little evidence of any kind of broad speculative fever.’
    • ‘It's this same frothiness that the best blogs (be they political or otherwise) are seeking to capture.’
    • ‘Always fascinating to the outsider is the ease with which this society melds its consumerism with its traditional asceticism, its frothiness with intellectualism, and its gaudier elements with its pristine core.’
    • ‘And if the job growth is not prevalent in an area, then it's not going to have any frothiness to it.’

Pronunciation

frothiness

/T͟Hēnis/