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seetheverb [I]

 us   /sið/
to ​feel very ​angry: She was still seething, ​remembering how ​rudely she was ​treated.
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seetheverb [I]

uk   us   /siːð/

seethe verb [I] (FEEL ANGER)

to ​feel very ​angry but to be ​unable or ​unwilling to ​express it ​clearly: The ​rest of the ​classpositively seethed withindignation when Julia ​won the ​award. By the end of the ​meeting he was seething.

seethe verb [I] (MOVE)

(of a ​largenumber or ​amount) to ​move around ​energetically in a ​smallspace: The ​streets were seething (= ​busy and ​crowded) withtourists.
seething
adjective [before noun] uk   us   /ˈsiː.ðɪŋ/
A ​feeling of seething ​resentmentled to ​angryexchanges between the ​teams. A seething mass of ​childrencrowded around the ​tables.
(Definition of seethe from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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