Noun(1) the froth produced by soaps or detergents(2) agitation resulting from active worry(3) a workman who puts up laths(4) the foam resulting from excessive sweating (as on a horse
Verb(1) beat severely with a whip or rod(2) form a lather(3) exude sweat or lather(4) rub soap all over, usually with the purpose of cleaning
(1) Most beauty companies work themselves into a lather trying to launch as many products as possible.(2) soap will not lather in hard water(3) It has the creamiest, frothiest, nicest lather and it makes your skin soft and smell delicious.(4) You save more lives that way, even if the wilfully ignorant of the chattering classes get into a lather because of it.(5) The lather rinses from the hands easily, but gets into the crevices of the face and looks really disgusting.(6) By the time she'd fully rinsed the lather off of her body, the shivers had become completely uncontrollable.(7) Almost 60 per cent of water was wasted in washing of excess lather from the clothes.(8) She made such a splendid lather with the soap that she felt like she was practically wading in it.(9) Its rotten having to wash in salt water as the soap won't lather in the slightest although it is supposed to be salt water soap.(10) Dad had got into a right lather by the time I got home(11) More years ago than I care to remember, we worked ourselves into a lather of indignation in student meetings over multinationals, looted funds and bribery in Africa.(12) However, I remember that it was almost impossible to get a lather with soap.(13) Nevertheless, it has helped add a bit more spice to the recent upsurge of rank and file militancy which has managed to send the mainstream press into such a lather .(14) It smells good but doesn't lather thickly.(15) Sweat darkened her golden coat and made white foamy rings where the halter had rubbed the perspiration into lather .(16) She had ridden all day, blinded by her anger, and the horse, BainÔö£┬ín, was white with lather .