1. to be in an angry or otherwise agitated emotional state; 2. to boil vigorously; 3. to be noisy with activity or boiling movements
– 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.
boil, rage, flare, foam,
calm, please, pacify
(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
– 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.
(n.) collar, harness, link, connection, oppression, (v.) harness, attach, connect, join, bond, tie
(v.) disconnect, divide, separate, free, release