seethe

Part of speech: verb

To boil.

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Usage examples "seethe":

  1. If he is melancholy, the world in his books is void of sense, all lights are extinguished, laughter dies; if he is passionate, all feelings seethe in a fiery froth as though in a cauldron, and foam up in angry happenings. - "Émile Verhaeren", Stefan Zweig.
  2. Sphere and block and pyramid ran together, seemed to seethe. - "The Metal Monster", A. Merritt.
  3. Out of perversity I asked no questions, and left him to seethe in his over- boiling mystery. - "The King's Mirror", Anthony Hope.