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be seething (with something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe seething (with something)be seething (with something)LOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTif a place is seething with people, insects etc, there are a lot of them all moving quickly in different directions The cellar was seething with spiders. seethe
Examples from the Corpus
be seething (with something)By late May the 9: 15 community was seething.The Ducks end the half up by seven, but Jody is seething.By the time the girls gather in the locker room at three, Jody is seething again.In the meantime, the Air Force chief seems to be seething at civilian interference in a military matter.She said little, but she was seething inwardly and vowed to fight back.The office was seething like a beehive when she got in.If Max knew about Modigliani's private life then all Montparnasse would soon be seething with the story.I was seething, yes, but not enough to keep me away from you.
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