sudsy


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suds·y

 (sŭd′zē)
adj. suds·i·er, suds·i·est
Full of or resembling suds.

suds•y

(ˈsʌd zi)

adj. suds•i•er, suds•i•est.
1. consisting of, containing, or producing suds.
2. resembling suds.
[1865–70, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sudsy - resembling lather or covered with lather

sudsy

adjective
Consisting of or resembling foam:
Translations

sudsy

adjSeifen-; sudsy waterSeifenwasser nt
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As it splashed its way on the bubbling, sudsy lake, it disemboweled tiny vintas from its cavernous hull, each with a sail extolling the virtues of a company selling all kinds of soaps, detergents, washing machines, high-pressure vacuum cleaners, and the like.
For her part, Cristine insightfully veers away from the akting na akting style common in sudsy melodramas like this.
In another, a girl carries a sudsy dinosaur rather than a baby doll to the bath.
It allows you to swashbuckle with a high powered jet hose and lets you cover acres of paintwork with a single stroke of the metrewide soft sudsy brush before applying a wax finish.
When you immerse washable fabric in detergent and water, you give the cleanser and all its modern-day bells and whistles (the brighteners, the special crud-fighting enzymes and all the sudsy stuff) enough time to soak into the fabric and lift stains.
with meaning, forever blurred by the sudsy red iron that
My mother commanded her kitchen corner -- two casement windows cranked open in summer while she steamed above sudsy dishes, her five kids shot into dusk's after-dinner space -- the street, and other kids like us.
For a suggested PS5 donation, visitors are invited to have their car washed and receive a free "get sudsy with Pudsey" car wash pack to use at home which includes a sponge, wash and wax, and a window sticker.
A bit like washing powder for clothes - but no where near as harsh - they combine granulated enzymes, botanicals or actives with mechanical exfoliants, which, with water, create a sudsy foam that dissolves make-up, dirt and dry skin.
A bit like washing powder for clothes - but nowhere near as harsh - they combine granulated enzymes, botanicals or actives with mechanical exfoliants, which, with water, create a sudsy foam that dissolves make-up, dirt and dry skin.
Though the play has moments of interest, some tender and funny scenes, and flashes of insight into three generations of women in a changing mid-century America, it's a sudsy, second-shelf melodrama.
Many everyday shampoos have detergents and chemicals (called sulfates), which create that sudsy lather when you shampoo--not good, it turns out Instead, cleansing conditioners clean your hair while hydrating with natural oils.