to hold very still when
if you had your own way
you would be out destroying everything.

to understand rabies.

Seethe (?), v. t. [imp. Seethed (?) (Sod (), obs.); p. p. Seethed, Sodden (); p. pr. & vb. n. Seething.] [OE. sethen, AS. seoan; akin to D. sieden, OHG. siodan, G. sieden, Icel. sja, Sw. sjuda, Dan. syde, Goth. saubs a burnt offering. Cf. Sod, n., Sodden, Suds.]

To decoct or prepare for food in hot liquid; to boil; as, to seethe flesh.

[Written also seeth.]

Set on the great pot, and seethe pottage for the sons of the prophets. 2 Kings iv. 38.

 

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Seethe, v. i.

To be a state of ebullition or violent commotion; to be hot; to boil.

1 Sam. ii. 13.

A long Pointe, round which the Mississippi used to whirl, and seethe, and foam. G. W. Cable.

 

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