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seethed, past participle; seethes, 3rd person singular present; seething, present participle; seethed, past tense;
(of a liquid) Bubble up as a result of being boiled
- the brew foamed and
Cook (food) by boiling it in a liquid
- others were cut into joints and
in cauldrons made of the animal's own skins
(of a river or the sea) Foam as if it were boiling; be turbulent
- the gray ocean
(of a person) Be filled with intense but unexpressed anger
- inwardly he was
at the slight to his authority
(of a place) Be crowded with people or things moving about in a rapid or hectic way
- the entire cellar was
- the village
(of a crowd of people) Move in a rapid or hectic way
- we cascaded down the stairs and
across the station
mass of commuters
hum: be noisy with activity; "This office is buzzing with activity"
be in an agitated emotional state; "The customer was seething with anger"
foam as if boiling; "a seething liquid"
boil vigorously; "The liquid was seething"; "The water rolled"
(seething) in constant agitation; "a seething flag-waving crowd filled the streets"; "a seething mass of maggots"; "lovers and madmen have such seething brains"- Shakespeare
Seething is a small village in Norfolk, England, about 9 1/2 miles south east of Norwich. It covers an area of and had a population of 341 in 141 households as of the 2001 census.
To boil; To boil vigorously; To foam in an agitated manner, as if boiling; To be in an agitated or angry mental state; To buzz with activity
(seething) The action of the verb to seethe; Angry, livid
[Ex 16:23; Deut 14:21; 2 Kin 4:38; Eze 25:4; Zec 14:21] to boil; to prepare food by boiling.
Bubble violently as in boiling water, to be in a state of turmoil or rage.
(verb) -- violently angry
To boil (Exo 16:23).
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