verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
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Origin of teem1
OTHER WORDS FROM teemteemer, noun
Definition for teem (2 of 2)
verb (used with or without object)
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Example sentences from the Web for teem
It’s home to jungle-draped mountains, teeming coral reefs, and rich history spanning back millennia.Your Personalized Guide to Belize's Best Adventures|Outside Editors|December 21, 2020|Outside Online
Expect the trend toward casual wear to continue into 2021, with American offices unlikely to be teeming with people again anytime soon.
Many federal workers — and others in the private sector — must presume that unclassified networks are teeming with spies.Mike Pompeo: Russia was ‘pretty clearly’ behind SolarWinds cyberattack on government and business|matthewheimer|December 19, 2020|Fortune
They took Sarah to a basketball gathering at a church teeming with people and games, and the scope of it overwhelmed her.Sarah Fuller made history. Her parents understand why her moment matters.|Chuck Culpepper|December 3, 2020|Washington Post
NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida teems with technicians nervously running through checklists.
North and South America, though at that time uninhabited by people, teemed with huge, unfamiliar, and fierce beasts.
The jungle around me teemed with interesting happenings and distracting sights and sounds.Edge of the Jungle|William Beebe
And at this auspicious moment the sea began to exhibit signs of the life which teemed within its depths.The Log of the Flying Fish|Harry Collingwood
It was then that she gave full vent to a nature that teemed with kindness and generosity.A Short History of English Music|Ernest Ford
The eventful period since that era has teemed with great men, who have crossed the scene and passed off.The Works of Daniel Webster, Volume 1|Daniel Webster
The vanguard of the unusual migration had already reached the spot and it teemed with life.The Black Phantom|Leo Edward Miller