seethe

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seethe

verb

Definition of SEETHE

1
to be in a state of violent rolling motion <the water seethed with schools of feeding piranha>
Synonyms boil, churn, moil, roil
Related Words reel, spin, swirl, whirl; agitate, stir
Near Antonyms abate, calm, subside
2
to be excited or emotionally stirred up with anger <she seethed at the very thought of the staff's staggering incompetence>
Related Words fulminate, rant, rave; smolder (or smoulder); bristle, flare (up), inflame (also enflame); chafe, fret, stew; agitate, convulse, roil, shake

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