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Seethe (verb)

Definition:

1. to be in an angry or otherwise agitated emotional state; 2. to boil vigorously; 3. to be noisy with activity or boiling movements

Example Sentences:

– The neighbors will positively seethe with anger if we throw another loud party.
– Although he seemed calm and collected, he was seething inside.
– She seethed with jealousy when she saw her sister’s new car.
– The mall was seething with last-minute shoppers on Christmas Eve.

Synonyms:

boil, rage, flare, foam,

Antonyms:

 calm, please, pacify

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Yoke (noun)

Definition:

(n.) 1. a wooden bar that harnesses two animals together; 2. a bar designed to fit across a person’s shoulders so that loads can be balanced on the ends; 3. a bond that ties; 4. something that is restrictive or oppressive; (v.) to link or become joined together

Example Sentences:

– They were bound together through the yoke of marriage.
– The people of that country have been living under the yoke of oppression for far too long.
-The farmer will have to yoke the oxen together in order to plow the field.
– Our creative department will have to yoke with the account service department to meet the needs of the clients.

Synonyms:

 (n.) collar, harness, link, connection, oppression, (v.) harness, attach, connect, join, bond, tie

Antonyms:

 (v.) disconnect, divide, separate, free, release

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