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to be in a state of constant activity. See the full definition for seethe in the English Language Learners Dictionary. seethe. verb. \ ˈsēt͟h \. seethed; seething ...

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Seethe definition, to surge or foam as if boiling. See more.

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In the cooking sense, to seethe means to boil and if you are seething with anger, you might say that your blood is boiling. However seethe can also mean filled ...

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Define seethe (verb) and get synonyms. What is seethe (verb)? seethe (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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seethe meaning: 1. to feel very angry but to be unable or unwilling to express it clearly: 2. (of a large number or amount) to move around energetically in a small  ...

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Define seethe. seethe synonyms, seethe pronunciation, seethe translation, English dictionary definition of seethe. v. seethed , seeth·ing , seethes v. intr. 1.

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In terms of liquids, seethe means to bubble up as a result of being boiled. In terms of people, seethe means to be filled with intense and often unexpressed anger.

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Definition of SEETHE, SEETHED, and SEETHING from the King James Bible Dictionary.

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Definition of seethe verb in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms and ...