seething

  • 1Seething — is a small village in Norfolk, England, about 9 1/2 miles south east of Norwich. Its church, St Margaret, is one of 124 existing round tower churches in Norfolk.External links* [http://www.roundtowerchurches.de/Karte/C5/Seething St… …

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  • 2seething — seeth|ing [ siðıŋ ] adjective 1. ) feeling extremely angry without showing it much: Bruno was absolutely seething. a seething hatred 2. ) moving around quickly: a seething mass of children …

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  • 3seething — UK [ˈsiːðɪŋ] / US [ˈsɪðɪŋ] adjective 1) feeling extremely angry without showing it much Bruno was absolutely seething. a seething hatred 2) moving around quickly a seething mass of children …

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  • 4seething — adjective in constant agitation (Freq. 1) a seething flag waving crowd filled the streets a seething mass of maggots lovers and madmen have such seething brains Shakespeare • Similar to: ↑agitated …

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  • 5Seething — Seethe Seethe, v. t. [imp. {Seethed}({Sod}, obs.); p. p. {Seethed}, {Sodden}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Seething}.] [OE. sethen, AS. se[ o]?an; akin to D. sieden, OHG. siodan, G. sieden, Icel. sj??a, Sw. sjuda, Dan. syde, Goth. saubs a burnt offering. Cf …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6seething — adjective Date: 14th century 1. intensely hot ; boiling < a seething inferno > 2. constantly moving or active ; agitated …

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  • 7seething — adj. Seething is used with these nouns: ↑anger, ↑rage, ↑resentment …

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  • 8seething — adjective extremely angry, but unable or unwilling to show it: By the time we got home, David was seething …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 9seething — 1. adjective /siːðɪŋ/ Angry, livid. 2. noun /siːðɪŋ/ The action of the verb to seethe …

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  • 10seething — Synonyms and related words: agitation, ardent, baking, blistering, bluster, bobbery, boil, boiling, boiling over, brewing, broiling, brouhaha, burning, burning hot, burning with excitement, bustle, canicular, churn, coction, commotion,&#8230; …

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  • 11seething — adj. boiling, bubbling; raging, extremely excited, very agitated sɪːð v. cook by boiling; bubble or foam as if boiling; soak, steep; rage, be in a state of extreme excitement or anger …

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  • 12seething — sheeting …

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  • 13seething — кипящий …

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  • 14Seething Airfield — Infobox Airport name = Seething Airfield nativename = nativename a = nativename r = image width = caption = IATA = ICAO = EGSJ type = Public owner = operator = Wingtask 95 Ltd city served = location = Norwich elevation f = 130 elevation m = 40&#8230; …

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  • 15Seething Wells — infobox UK place country = England map type = Greater London region= London population= official name= Seething Wells latitude= 51.393441 longitude= 0.313103 os grid reference= TQ173674 london borough= Kingston post town= SURBITON postcode area=&#8230; …

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  • 16Seething Lane —    North out of Great Tower Street, at No.53, to 33 Crutched Friars P.O. Directory). In Tower Ward.    Earliest mention in present form: Sethyng lane alias Sydone Lane, 12 Eliz. A Lend. I. p.m. II. 132). Seeting or Sything Lane (Strype, ed. 1720 …

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  • 17Seething pot —    A vessel for boiling provisions in (Job 41:20; Jer. 1:13) …

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  • 18seething pot — boiling pot; tumult …

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  • 19RAF Seething — Infobox Military Structure name= Royal Air Force Station Seething USAAF Station 146 location= Located Near Norwich, Norfolk, England coordinates=coord|52|30|47|N|001|24|11|E| caption= Seething Airfield 16 October 1945 type= Military Airfield code …

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  • 20Star Alley, Seething Lane —    West out of Seething Lane, opposite Green Arbour Court (O. and M. 1677 Strype, 1755). In Tower Ward.    Site seems to have been rebuilt in Horwood …

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