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seethe

verb [I] (FEEL ANGER)    /siːð/
to feel very angry but to be unable or unwilling to express it clearly: The class positively seethed with indignation when Julia won the award. By the end of the meeting he was seething.Becoming angry and expressing anger seething     /ˈsiː.ðɪŋ/ adjective [before noun] Their seething resentment led to angry jostling between team-mates. A seething mass of children crowded around the tables.Angry and displeasedBad-temperedFull
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