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seethe
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

2 uses
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Definition
to be angry — especially when holding the anger within

or:

to move vigorously in-place — such as boiling water, an agitated crowd, or a basket of writhing (squirming) snakes
  • This woman was a seething pot of sexual contradictions.
    p. 538.1
  • He was fastidious and timid and easily teased by the boys on his floor; on the nights he was given dorm duty—for the entire four floors—Waterhouse Hall seethed with revolution.
    p. 155.6

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