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seethe

 (sēth)
v. seethed, seeth·ing, seethes
v.intr.
1. To churn and foam as if boiling.
2.
a. To be in a state of turmoil or ferment: The nation seethed with rebellion.
b. To be violently excited or agitated: I seethed with anger over the insult. See Synonyms at boil1.
3. Archaic To boil.
v.tr. Archaic
To boil (something).

[Middle English sethen, to boil, from Old English sēothan.]

seethe n.

seethe

(siːð)
vb
1. (intr) to boil or to foam as if boiling
2. (intr) to be in a state of extreme agitation, esp through anger
3. (tr) to soak in liquid
4. (Cookery) (tr) archaic to cook or extract the essence of (a food) by boiling
n
the act or state of seething
[Old English sēothan; related to Old Norse sjōtha, Old High German siodan to seethe]

seethe

(sið)

v. seethed, seeth•ing,
n. v.i.
1. to surge or foam as if boiling.
2. to be in a state of agitation or excitement.
3. Archaic. to boil.
v.t.
4. to soak or steep.
5. to cook by boiling or simmering; boil.
n.
6. the act of seething.
7. the state of being agitated or excited.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English sēothan, c. Old High German siodan (German sieden), Old Norse sjōtha]
seeth′ing•ly, adv.
syn: See boil1.

Seethe

 a boiling; an extreme state of agitation, 1606.
Example: seethe of patriotic feelings.

seethe


Past participle: seethed
Gerund: seething

Imperative
seethe
seethe
Present
I seethe
you seethe
he/she/it seethes
we seethe
you seethe
they seethe
Preterite
I seethed
you seethed
he/she/it seethed
we seethed
you seethed
they seethed
Present Continuous
I am seething
you are seething
he/she/it is seething
we are seething
you are seething
they are seething
Present Perfect
I have seethed
you have seethed
he/she/it has seethed
we have seethed
you have seethed
they have seethed
Past Continuous
I was seething
you were seething
he/she/it was seething
we were seething
you were seething
they were seething
Past Perfect
I had seethed
you had seethed
he/she/it had seethed
we had seethed
you had seethed
they had seethed
Future
I will seethe
you will seethe
he/she/it will seethe
we will seethe
you will seethe
they will seethe
Future Perfect
I will have seethed
you will have seethed
he/she/it will have seethed
we will have seethed
you will have seethed
they will have seethed
Future Continuous
I will be seething
you will be seething
he/she/it will be seething
we will be seething
you will be seething
they will be seething
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been seething
you have been seething
he/she/it has been seething
we have been seething
you have been seething
they have been seething
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been seething
you will have been seething
he/she/it will have been seething
we will have been seething
you will have been seething
they will have been seething
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been seething
you had been seething
he/she/it had been seething
we had been seething
you had been seething
they had been seething
Conditional
I would seethe
you would seethe
he/she/it would seethe
we would seethe
you would seethe
they would seethe
Past Conditional
I would have seethed
you would have seethed
he/she/it would have seethed
we would have seethed
you would have seethed
they would have seethed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.seethe - be noisy with activity; "This office is buzzing with activity"
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
pullulate, swarm, teem - be teeming, be abuzz; "The garden was swarming with bees"; "The plaza is teeming with undercover policemen"; "her mind pullulated with worries"
2.seethe - be in an agitated emotional state; "The customer was seething with anger"
bubble over, spill over, overflow - overflow with a certain feeling; "The children bubbled over with joy"; "My boss was bubbling over with anger"
ferment - be in an agitated or excited state; "The Middle East is fermenting"; "Her mind ferments"
sizzle - seethe with deep anger or resentment; "She was sizzling with anger"
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
3.seethe - foam as if boiling; "a seething liquid"
effervesce, fizz, foam, form bubbles, froth, sparkle - become bubbly or frothy or foaming; "The boiling soup was frothing"; "The river was foaming"; "Sparkling water"
4.seethe - boil vigorously; "The liquid was seething"; "The water rolled"
roil, churn, moil, boil - be agitated; "the sea was churning in the storm"

seethe

verb
1. be furious, storm, rage, fume, simmer, be in a state (informal), see red (informal), be incensed, be livid, be pissed (off) (taboo slang), go ballistic (slang, chiefly U.S.), foam at the mouth, be incandescent, get hot under the collar (informal), wig out (slang), breathe fire and slaughter Under the surface she was seething.
2. teem, be full of, abound, swarm, bristle, brim, be abundant, be alive with, be crawling with The forest below him seethed and teemed with life.
3. boil, bubble, foam, churn, fizz, ferment, froth a seething cauldron of broth

seethe

verb
1. To be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil:
2. To be or become angry:
Informal: steam.
Idioms: blow a fuse, blow a gasket, blow one's stack, breathe fire, fly off the handle, get hot under the collar, hit the ceiling, lose one's temper, see red.
Translations
هاج

seethe

[siːð] VI
1. (lit) → borbotear, hervir
2. (fig) he's seethingestá furioso
to seethe with angerestar furioso

seethe

[ˈsiːð] vi
[boiling liquid, sea, lava] → bouillonner
(= be angry) [person] → bouillir
to seethe with anger → bouillir de colère
to seethe with rage → bouillir de rage
(= teem) [place] → grouiller
to seethe with people → grouiller de mondesee-through [ˈsiːθruː] adjtransparent(e)

seethe

vi (= boil)sieden; (= surge)schäumen; (= be crowded)wimmeln (with von); (= be angry)kochen (inf); to seethe with angervor Wut schäumen or kochen (inf); resentment seethed in himer schäumte innerlich vor Groll; the crowd seethed forwarddie Menge drängte sich vor; a seething mass of peopleeine wogende Menschenmenge

seethe

[siːð] vi (liquid) → ribollire, gorgogliare; (street) to seethe (with)brulicare (di)
to seethe or be seething with anger → schiumare or fremere di rabbia
References in classic literature ?
As morning mowers, who side by side slowly and seethingly advance their scythes through the long wet grass of marshy meads; even so these monsters swam, making a strange, grassy, cutting sound; and leaving behind them endless swaths of blue upon the yellow sea.
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A relative described the couple as "frantically, seethingly in love with each other.
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While your partner may not condemn you as a strumpet, he may become seethingly jealous picturing the sex you had with a string of lovers who, in his imagination, far outrank him in terms of technique and stamina.