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Synonyms for smolder

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

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Synonyms for smolder

a fire that burns with thick smoke but no flame

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burn slowly and without a flame

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have strong suppressed feelings

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Dutchman Smolders won the championship with 278 points in 15 rounds started in Miami last April.
Directed, written by Olivier Smolders. Camera (color, DV-to-35mm), Louis-Philippe Capelle; editors, Smolders, Philippe Bougeuil; music, Miam Monster Miam, Andre Klenes, Anakrouze; art directors, Billy Leliveld, Eric Vereyden; costume designer, Vanessa Evrard; sound (Dolby Digital), Thierry de Halleux, Gilles Laurent, Henri Morelle; special effects, Quentin Smolders; assistant director, Tom Heene.
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Each day the fire smolders, it becomes more likely that someone walking across the overgrown lot could fall through the upper layer and land in a pit of hot embers.
Each tendril splits into two, and each new tendril divides as the fuel smolders.
By Yash Mudgal/Doha Harrie Smolders of the Netherlands won the first 5* Class 1.55m International competition of the Longines Global Champions Tour final leg on the 13-year-old bay Ragina Z at the magnificent Al Shaqab arena here yesterday.
Beebo Brinker, recently reissued with an admirably lurid cover, is probably the best-known novel (although not the one with the best sex scenes; that would be, Journey to a Woman) of Ann Bannon, billed on the cover as "Queen of Lesbian Pulp Fiction." The blurb on the jacket says it all--"She never knew what she wanted--until she came to Greenwich Village and found the love that smolders in the shadows of the twilight world." Today, Beebo is more interesting as historical document than as fiction.