Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of seethe.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In consequence, her heart seethed from the pressing love of gravity, and some of this griddled the surface.

    March 31st, 2009

  • A huge termite nest seethed from a rotted mango stump.

    Hike to a coffee plantation - San Blas, Nayarit

  • The word seethed out of Gabriel, like froth from a boiling pot.

    THE VOW

  • Prisoners were taken and treated like animals " corralled into a" ˜Christian's zoo, 'Darwin seethed.

    Cue outrage in three, two, one…

  • Conan's instinct to draw his sword seethed and bubbled beneath a skin of civilization.

    Conan the Valiant

  • But when he saw the witness list for his upcoming trial, he seethed inside, mostly at himself.

    Brooklyn Story

  • And while his brain still seethed, the rest of him responded with a sweep of heat and a bone-deep ache that made him shift uncomfortably.

    Earl of Durkness

  • And while his brain still seethed, the rest of him responded with a sweep of heat and a bone-deep ache that had him shifting uncomfortably.

    Earl of Durkness

  • While lawmakers gathered inside Parliament, the square outside seethed with indignant, but peaceful, demonstrators, and descended into anarchy as several hundred stone-throwing youths clashed with police.

    Athens Protesters Seek Way Forward

  • Alongside, Sir Max Hastings seethed that whatever Imperial Britain's misdeeds, "a fundamental reality persists: we did better than anyone else."

    Notable & Quotable

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