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Definitionto be angry — especially when holding the anger within
to move vigorously in-place — such as boiling water, an agitated crowd, or a basket of writhing (squirming) snakes
- The East Wind was streaming through the bare branches of the trees, and seething in the dark pines on the hills.2.3 -- Book 2 Chapter 3 -- The Ring Goes South (30% in)
- The others swung round and saw the waters of the lake seething, as if a host of snakes were swimming up from the southern end.2.4 -- Book 2 Chapter 4 -- A Journey in the Dark (55% in)
There are no more uses of "seethe" in The Fellowship of the Ring.
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