Definition of Seethed

1. Verb. (past of seethe) ¹



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Definition of Seethed

1. seethe [v] - See also: seethe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seethed

seerwood
sees
sees fit
sees in
sees through
sees to
seesaw
seesaw murmur
seesaw nystagmus
seesawed
seesawing
seesaws
seest
seeth
seethe
seethed (current term)
seether
seethers
seethes
seething
seethingly
seethings
seethrough
seewing
sefirot
seg
segar
segars
segawa's dystonia
segelerite

Literary usage of Seethed

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1. Ṿayyiḳra = Leviticus by Marcus Moritz Kalisch (1872)
"... preceding portions was supposed to relate to the sacrifices offered on the three chief festivals, on which occasions a kid seethed in its mother's milk, ..."

2. A Lexicon, English and Turkish: Shewing, in Turkish, the Literal, Incidental by James William Redhouse (1861)
"... Seethe (м'-th'î, ea (seethed, Sod; seethed, Sodden), ... (seethed, Sod ; seethed, Sodden), ..."

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