verb (used without object), seethed or (Obsolete) sod; seethed or (Obsolete) sod·den or sod; seeth·ing.
verb (used with object), seethed or (Obsolete) sod; seethed or (Obsolete) sod·den or sod; seeth·ing.
Words nearby seethe
Origin of seethe
OTHER WORDS FROM seetheseeth·ing·ly, adverbun·seethed, adjectiveun·seeth·ing, adjective
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Examples from the Web for seethed
They seethed at the way Obama had submitted to Republican demands that budget balancing take precedence over job creation.
"He barges in, uninvited, and writes fiction," Specter seethed.
The process of putting on paper the sentiments that seethed in my soul was really very discomposing.The Promised Land|Mary Antin
Her mind in a moment, like a calm sea caught by a sudden tempest, seethed with horrible suspicions of her husband.The Beth Book|Sarah Grand
Around me seethed swirls, eddies, torrents, violent cross-currents of human activity.The Works of Max Beerbohm|Max Beerbohm
In the throat of this crater there seethed and spluttered an ugliness that was scarlet, green, brown and yellow.The Foundations of Japan|J.W. Robertson Scott
Blue water that seethed and creamed, and roared past to leeward.Ravenshoe|Henry Kingsley