• WordNet 3.6
    • adj sudsy resembling lather or covered with lather
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In literature:

One sudsy hand supported and suppressed her smile of ridicule.
"The Cup of Fury" by Rupert Hughes
She put the large dish pan on the table and poured in the water, whirling the soap around in it several times to make it a little sudsy.
"The Mary Frances Cook Book" by Jane Earye Fryer
The breakers were piling in, slapping down on the beach and churning up a white sudsy foam.
"Missing at Marshlands" by Cleo Garis

In news:

At 44 years of age, it isn't unusual to see him kicking the butts of the 22-year-olds — all day, every day — while sporting his old school, straight- brimmed white and blue visor with the word "Sudsy" in all capital letters.
So, to celebrate the never ending Louisiana summer, here is a video of some smoking hot chicks getting sudsy and buffing some chrome.
An outtake from the 'Sudsy Safari' activity at the Knoxville Zoo.
Sudsy 's unveils upgrades in Ferry.
Sudsy 's Auto Spa is going high tech and green at the same time.
Sudsy Puppy donates to Kennett Schools.
A sudsy party in Watertown, N.Y.
I dismissed the sudsy new prime-time thriller "Revenge" ( 9 pm Wednesday.
'Sudsy Safari ' at the Knoxville Zoo.
Philly Beer Week returns for its fifth 10-day extravaganza of all things sudsy on Friday.
Sitting in sudsy water breaks down the skin 's natural barrier to infection, causing redness and swelling.
Real Simple went elbow-deep with 74 contenders to find sudsy superstars for every priority.
Washing up is rarely as enjoyable as the eating that precedes it, which makes us appreciate simple cleaning tools that somehow manage to bring a little levity to the sudsy process.
Stale beer: Alexandria's sudsy history.
Here, soak up our sudsy coverage.