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Word: seethe

Definition: be violently disturbed; boil; (of a liquid) move about wildly as if boiling; Ex. The nation was seething with discontent.


Sentences Containing 'seethe'

(seethe her, seethe her, my lads!) but never mind, Mr. Stubb, all for the best.

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