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What is another word for boiling?

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Adjective
Bubbling or steaming from being at boiling point
“It sounded to me like a drum roll in a wind storm with boiling and gurgling water.”
Adjective
Very hot in temperature
“Friday was a boiling hot day, not a great day to be walking the streets.”
Adjective
Heavy with steam or moisture
“She had not coped well in the boiling tropics, and now she couldn't get her strength back nor go back to work.”
Adjective
Full of anger or rage
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“That meant that someone else was in harm's way, caught in the sights of a group of homicidal maniacs who were boiling with rage.”
Adjective
Having been made warm or hot
Adjective
Having froth or lather like soapy water
Adjective
Characterized by agitation, typically of a body of water
Adjective
Marked by turmoil or disturbance, especially of natural elements
Noun
An act or state of boiling or being boiled
“An attempt was made to explain the mechanism of heat transfer during the boiling of two-component mixtures.”
Noun
Act of heating or reheating food, as in cooking or microwaving
Noun
Sweltering, oppressive or torrid weather condition
Adverb
Fiercely angry, furiously or indignantly so
Verb
Present participle for to heat (a liquid) to boiling point, especially for cooking
Boil the concoction on a gentle fire until half of its water is evaporated.”
Verb
(of liquid) Present participle for to be agitated or turbulent, especially due to boiling
“Often, the waters boil and seethe over a rocky bed.”
Verb
Present participle for to rise and fall rhythmically or spasmodically, sometimes violently
“Before too long, the broth would boil and bubble, releasing aromas that had everyone in the room salivating.”
Verb
Present participle for to feel or express great anger
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“Watching water boil is pretty boring, but watching people boil with anger can be pretty scary.”
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Present participle for to heat up or become very hot
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Present participle for to cleanse, typically by removing contaminants from
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Present participle for to be hot, or to feel heat
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Present participle for to move very quickly in a reckless or excited manner
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Present participle for to eject, or be ejected, especially suddenly or violently
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Present participle for to turn into vapour
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Present participle for to move in small swirling masses, especially by sudden gusts of wind
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Present participle for to speak continuously and at length in an unintelligible or confused way
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Present participle for to cause to become angry
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