But then a rump faction—AAPS teems with rump factions—mounted a very convincing case for Vice President Joe Biden.
The whole account of Burke, it may be added, teems with inaccuracies.
One of the many errors with which the volume of Robertson teems.
Land that teems with fertility, and is shut out from bearing and bringing forth food for man, is accursed.
Every science, even mathematics, teems with unsolved problems.
The Bible teems with illustrations of the activity of the subconscious mind or self during sleep.
The quarter of a century from 1765 to 1790 teems with rich inventiveness on every hand.
Incidents of this kind are frequent; and every day teems with fresh absurdities, which are too gross to make a thinking man merry.
Nature is the only book that teems with meaning on every page.
The past, dwelt on in all its details becomes magnified; the future teems with hope.
"abound, swarm," Old English teman (Mercian), tieman (West Saxon) "give birth to, produce," from Proto-Germanic *taumijanan, from PIE *deuk- "to lead" (see duke (n.)). Related to team in its now-obsolete Old English sense of "family, brood of young animals." The meaning "be fertile, abound, swarm" is first recorded 1590s. Related: Teemed; teeming.
"to flow copiously," c.1300, from Old Norse toema "to empty," from tomr "empty," cognate with Old English tom "empty." The original notion is of "to empty a vessel," thus "to pour out." Related: Teemed; teeming.