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teem
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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to have a large number of things — especially things that are moving
  • And since the houses were nearly all constructed of cheap, uninsulated materials—and the residents could not afford or did not choose to trouble themselves with air conditioning—the 'neighborhood (even in the evening) teemed with outdoor activities of the kind that are usually conducted indoors.
    p. 606.0

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