seethe


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be furious

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teem

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to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

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be noisy with activity

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be in an agitated emotional state

foam as if boiling

boil vigorously

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Our success will, hopefully, make those humorless, school-taught musicians seethe with envy and disgust when they see how many people actually like our music.
It gives us a few days to seethe, and to think about how bad it feels every time they think about that loss,'' McCarthy said, ``to think about how bad it feels to lose to a team that was 5-18.
Granted, it's not easy to seethe in silence when you're being called an idiot and a poltroon (and an ungrateful poltroon at that), but seething in silence was the ticket to coexistence when they got him, and it's still the ticket.
If De Keersmaeker remains a cool analyst, Waltz seethes with the dangerous Romantic passion at the heart of Schubert's Fantasie in F Minor for Piano, Four Hands.
She adds a hard edge to Johnny's voice, underlying the anger that seethes just beneath his sophisticated veneer.
Naturally, what has drawn much just attention to the series is the dialogue, which Milch and his writers have crafted in epigrammatic rhythms landing somewhere between Shakespeare and the Old Testament, and it alternately seethes and crackles.
Blinded by the outpouring of light from the surface of the sun, astronomers can't peek directly inside the star, where hydrogen burns to makes helium and a cauldron of hot gases seethes and churns.
And Hoskins' performance defines bravura; he seethes and explodes with menace, egomania and rage but can turn on the fake sensitivity with the flick of a villainous eye-twinkle.