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Adjective: seething  see-dhing
  1. In constant agitation
    "a seething flag-waving crowd filled the streets"; "a seething mass of maggots"; "lovers and madmen have such seething brains"
  2. Feeling or showing extreme anger
    "wilful stupidity makes him absolutely seething";
    - irate, ireful, furious, steaming [informal], fuming, hopping mad [informal], apoplectic [informal], livid
Verb: seethe  seedh
  1. Be noisy with activity
    "This office is seething with activity";
    - hum, buzz
  2. Be in an agitated emotional state
    "The customer was seething with anger";
    - boil
  3. Foam as if boiling
    "a seething liquid"
  4. Boil vigorously
    "The liquid was seething";
    - roll

See also: agitated, angry, cross

Type of: be, boil, churn, effervesce, fizz, foam, form bubbles, froth, moil [N. Amer], roil, sparkle

Encyclopedia: Seething