Synonyms of simmer in English:

simmer


See definition of simmer

verb

1‘a pan of vegetable soup was simmering on the stove’

SYNONYMS

boil gently, not quite boil, cook gently, stew, poach

bubble

rare seethe

2‘she was simmering with resentment’

SYNONYMS

be furious, be enraged, be angry, be incensed, be infuriated, be beside oneself, have lost one's temper, have a fit, boil, seethe, 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


Phrases

    simmer down

      ‘he stormed out of the theatre in a rage but soon simmered down’

      SYNONYMS

      become less angry, cool off, cool down, be placated, let someone smooth one's ruffled feathers, contain oneself, control oneself, become calmer, calm down, become quieter, quieten down, loosen up, settle, settle down

      ANTONYMS

      get steamed up