One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the brew foamed and seethed’
boil, bubble, simmer, foam, froth, rise, ferment, fizz, effervesce
2‘the shallow water seethed with creatures’
teem, swarm, boil, bubble, foam, ferment, swirl, convulse, churn, whirl, surge
3‘I was still seething at the injustice of it’
be angry, be furious, be enraged, be incensed, be infuriated, be beside oneself, have lost one's temper, have a fit, throw a fit, boil, simmer, be boiling over, chafe, rage, be in a rage, rant, rave, rant and rave, storm, fume, smoulder, spit, breathe fire, burn
informal be livid, be wild, jump up and down, foam at the mouth, froth at the mouth, be steamed up, be hot under the collar, have steam coming out of one's ears
British informal do one's head in, do one's nut in, throw a wobbly, spit feathers
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