[ see-ther ]
/ ˈsi ðər /
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a person who is in an agitated state, especially one who is internally agitated:She isn't one to blow up with a temper; she's more of a seether, keeping her negative emotions pent up.
Obsolete. a pot or kettle used to boil something.
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