Suds are the bubbles that are produced when a substance such as soap is mixed with water.

He had soap suds in his ears.

...the greasy suds of a kitchen washing up bowl.

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  • Suds — Suds, n. pl. [Akin to sodden, seethe. See {Seethe}.] Water impregnated with soap, esp. when worked up into bubbles and froth. [1913 Webster] {In the suds}, in turmoil or difficulty. [Colloq.] Beau. & Fl. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • SUDS — England, Wales sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS) Also known as sustainable drainage systems. Surface water drainage methods that take account of quantity, quality and amenity issues by controlling surface water runoff as close to its… …   Law dictionary

  • suds — [sudz] pl.n. [prob. (via East Anglian dial.) < MDu sudse, marsh, marsh water: for IE base see SEETHE] 1. soapy water with a froth or foam on the surface 2. froth or foam ☆ 3. Slang beer or ale vi. ☆ to produce suds vt. ☆ Informal to wash in… …   English World dictionary

  • suds|y — «SUHD zee», adjective, suds|i|er, suds|i|est. Especially U.S. 1. full of soapsuds. 2. full of foam: »sudsy beer. 3 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Suds — or SUDS may refer to : *Soap foam *Subjective Units of Disturbance Scale, a term used in psychology * [Sustainable urban drainage systems|Sustainable [Urban] Drainage Systems] *Beer as a slang term for this beverage. *An episode in Season 1 of… …   Wikipedia

  • suds — suds·er; suds; …   English syllables

  • suds|er — «SUHD zuhr», noun. something that produces suds: »The washer has a built in sudser (Science News Letter) …   Useful english dictionary

  • suds — [sʌdz] n [plural] [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Probably from Middle Dutch sudse wet ground ] the mass of bubbles formed on the top of water with soap in it >sudsy adj …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • suds — [ sʌdz ] noun plural lots of small BUBBLES on top of water that has soap in it ╾ sud|sy adjective: sudsy water …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • suds — 1540s, dregs, leavings, muck, especially in East Anglia, ooze left by flood (this may be the original sense), perhaps borrowed from M.Du. sudse marsh, bog, cognate with O.E. soden, pp. of seoþan (see SEETHE (Cf. seethe)). Meaning soapy water… …   Etymology dictionary

  • suds — *foam, froth, spume, lather, scum, yeast …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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