frothing at mouth

frothing at mouth

profuse salivation, frothed with air, during jaw champing as part of involuntary movements. Contrast with an outpouring of fine froth from the nostrils and mouth in the terminal stages of pulmonary edema.
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Cue outraged Labour MPs frothing at mouth and, one suspects, a Secretary of State wallowing in his own notoriety.
Frothing at mouth, Wright claimed Boyce, a former Cliftonville chairman, made a half-time approach to the official.