- v. Simple past tense and past participle of seethe.
“In consequence, her heart seethed from the pressing love of gravity, and some of this griddled the surface.”
“A huge termite nest seethed from a rotted mango stump.”
“The word seethed out of Gabriel, like froth from a boiling pot.”
“Prisoners were taken and treated like animals " corralled into a" ˜Christian's zoo, 'Darwin seethed.”
“Conan's instinct to draw his sword seethed and bubbled beneath a skin of civilization.”
“But when he saw the witness list for his upcoming trial, he seethed inside, mostly at himself.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Alongside, Sir Max Hastings seethed that whatever Imperial Britain's misdeeds, "a fundamental reality persists: we did better than anyone else.”
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