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Did it leave me seething with anger? Times, Sunday Times (2009)But emotional ferment still seething from his betrayed boyhood keeps his body churning with unruly symptoms. Times, Sunday Times (2011)At least one club is still seething at having been fingered as somehow responsible for this trend. The Sun (2013)Likewise with the feelings seething beneath the surface. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is as though a great curtain has been lifted on our lives and beyond is this seething mass of misery. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The town is seething with anger. The Sun (2013)He was not just gutted, he was seething with anger. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In the back on the left side, another young couple sat seething with rage. Christianity Today (2000)Cypriots are seething with rage against the greed, corruption and incompetence that has brought this beautiful holiday island to its knees. The Sun (2013)By the second half of the 1970s Poland was seething with anger and resentment. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Britain is seething with rage, he went on, his face flushed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Here in Edinburgh they are seething with jealousy, but adopting a veneer of lofty disdain. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Two goals in three minutes had the King Power seething with resentment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But the manner in which the goals were conceded left the manager seething with anger and the bulk of the blame rests with his inexperienced Poland goalkeeper. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Fans still seething at Tan for ditching the club's blue kit for his favourite red vented their fury. The Sun (2013)November I'm still seething about this. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'seethe'
British English: seethe VERB
When you are seething, you are very angry about something but do not express your feelings about it.
She took it calmly at first but under the surface was seething.
Definition of seethe from the Collins English Dictionary
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