• WordNet 3.6
    • v suds make froth or foam and become bubbly "The river foamed"
    • v suds wash in suds
    • n suds a dysphemism for beer (especially for lager that effervesces)
    • n suds the froth produced by soaps or detergents
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n. pl Suds Water impregnated with soap, esp. when worked up into bubbles and froth.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • suds Water impregnated with soap, forming a frothy mass; a lixivium of soap and water.
    • suds The foam or spray churned up by a wounded whale; White water.
    • suds In the suds, in turmoil or difficulty; in distress.
    • suds A manufacturers' name for various waste soap-liquors incidentally produced in the industries of wool- and silk-scouring, -bleaching, -dyeing, etc. These were formerly allowed to run off into river-courses, but, in view of their polluting effect on the water, measures are now adopted to at least partially prevent this pollution and recover some material of value from the suds. See Yorkshire grease, sake, 2, and sudcake.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Suds sudz boiling water mixed with soap.
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Akin to sodden, seethe,. See Seethe
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. soden, pa.p. of seóthan, to seethe; cog. with Ger. sodsieden.


In literature:

She laid the letter down, but very reluctantly, beside the wash-tub, and plunged both hands among the suds again.
"Shining Ferry" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
She told me she wanted to see where all the suds came from.
"Maw's Vacation" by Emerson Hough
I know the words for wood, straw, beefsteak and suds; what more do I want to get by with?
"The Stars & Stripes, Vol 1, No 1, February 8, 1918" by American Expeditionary Forces
The suds be warm, little darkies race to get washed.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves, Arkansas Narratives, Part 4" by Work Projects Administration
Hang it, Suds, I've had some experience with singers.
"The Place of Honeymoons" by Harold MacGrath
Madam Drum went into her kitchen and fetched forth a Tin Bowl full of hot suds, and with these she washed me as she had been directed.
"The Strange Adventures of Captain Dangerous, Vol. 1 of 3" by George Augustus Sala
Now strain, let the suds settle, skim off the dry suds, add the ammonia, bottle and cork at once.
"One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed" by C. A. Bogardus
It was a syrupy yellow liquid with a nice collar of suds.
"Junior Achievement" by William Lee
If so, wash them in lukewarm suds, after they have been first rubbed out in beef's gall water.
"The American Housewife" by Anonymous
Mar sud agus; so also.
"Elements of Gaelic Grammar" by Alexander Stewart

In poetry:

But O! he's at rest,
Why sud I complain?
Gin my saul be blest,
I'll meet him again.
"Fareweel, O Fareweel" by Carolina Oliphant
I was kissed or I could speer,
Heigho the blaeberrie!
Hech! that folk sud come sae near,
A' to pu' a blaeberrie!
"The Sodger's Lassie" by Sydney Thompson Dobell
"Seven knights ha I slain
Sane I lay att the fitt of the tree;
An ye war na my ain father,
The eight an ye sud be."
"The Laily Worm And The Mackerel Of The Sea" by Anonymous Americas
Good!--said the Padre,--believe me still,
"Don Giovanni," or what you will,
The type's eternal! We knew him here
As Don Diego del Sud. I fear
The story's no new one! Will you hear?
"Don Diego Of The South" by Francis Bret Harte
If thou an' thine sud tax us workers' fooid,
An' thrust us back in our owd misery,
May t' tears o' our deead childer thin thy blooid,
An' t' curse o' t' "hungry forties" leet on thee.
"The Hungry Forties" by F W Moorman
He's weel respeckit, John Tod, John Tod,
He's weel respeckit, John Tod;
He's a terrible man,
But we'd a' gae wrang,
If e'er he sud leave us, John Tod, John Tod,
If e'er he sud leave us, John Tod.
"John Tod" by Carolina Oliphant

In news:

Pac Brew Labs' suds have graduated from garage rock.
Hamburg Sud will stop providing chassis as part of its service to the ports of Portland, Seattle and Tacoma on Nov 1.
Screens 'n' Suds Fall 2012 Print Series Preview.
Where The Bard drank beer and other gift ideas for suds aficionados.
What could be finer than pigskin and suds.
A Sud de France brand ambassador seems distracted (by Matthew Settle, perhaps?
Not only is Savage surrounded by suds and innovation every day, but also with "laughter, high fives, pranks, and hugs".
Once a year, Germany reminds the world that its penchant for fine automobiles, supermodels and efficiency is matched only by its passion for sud-soaked polka revelry.
Suds Brother's Brewery offers ' School Days ' to help raise funds.
If you fancy yourself a suds scribe, you may want to enter one or both of two beer poetry contests currently running.
Too many suds in your sink or tub.
Here are a few ways to suds up in style.
The SUD gave airlines operating older -100 and -200 747 models, the ability to stretch the upper deck and increase the number of passengers flown.
Meet The Owners of Duds 'N' Suds .
Suds & Song TC Microbrew & Music Fest chugs this weekend.

In science:

If d = 2m and either G = Spd (q) with q even or G = SUd(q), and P is the stabilizer of a maximal total ly isotropic subspace with Q the unipotent radical of P and xG ∩P ⊆ Q, then x is a long root element.
Products of conjugacy classes in finite and algebraic simple groups
Thus, if G = SUd (q), it suffices to show the claim for d = 5, 6 and this is a straightforward computation.
Products of conjugacy classes in finite and algebraic simple groups
If G = SUd(q), we can identify Q with Hermitian m × m matrices and every element of Q is conjugate to a diagonal element.
Products of conjugacy classes in finite and algebraic simple groups
First exclude the case that G = Spd(q), d ≥ 4, with q even or G = SUd (q) with d ≥ 4 even.
Products of conjugacy classes in finite and algebraic simple groups
Yi=1 where φ is the automorphism of K[h, ud] defined by φ(h) = rh and φ(ud) = sud − f (h).
Classification of factorial generalized down-up algebras