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Noun
A person who behaves in an offensive manner
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“Watch that tongue of yours, you filthy sod!”
Noun
A random person, typically of a specified kind
“I expect in time some silly sod would have either figured it out or stumbled upon what was really going on.”
Noun
That stratum of the surface of the soil which is filled with the roots of grass
“The landscapers rolled sod onto the bare earth and made a presentable lawn by nightfall.”
Noun
A surface of ground with grass growing on it
“I chunked my stuff on the sod and lay down next to it.”
Noun
The country of one's ancestors
“In July of 1887, Catherine took her infant back to the old sod and her family.”
Noun
An unfortunate or unhappy person
Verb
Past tense for to feel great anger or annoyance
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“Then there are those who passionately seethe at the sight of this apparent fashion abomination.”
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Past tense for to swirl or rise and fall rhythmically or spasmodically, sometimes violently
“Then down the rugged precipice, through the whirling pools of Error's bliss, where the troubled waters seethe and hiss.”
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(of a liquid) Past tense for to froth or bubble, typically from boiling
“See the hot syrup foam and seethe, as the fierce flames are stirred beneath!”
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Past tense for to be teeming with (something)
“The water seems to literally seethe with creatures that flip, splash, jump, skitter, snap, and gulp at the surface.”
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Past tense for to become excitedly upset or angry
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Past tense for to feel emotionally upset
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Past tense for to feel, become, or cause to become, very hot
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Past tense for to slowly cook in liquid
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Past tense for to spurt or discharge, typically from an opening
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Past tense for to move in small swirling masses, especially by sudden gusts of wind
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Past tense for to crowd or gather together
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Past tense for to make completely wet
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Past tense for to cause an increase in temperature of an object or space
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Past tense for to jeer at mockingly
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Past tense for to make, or speak with, a hissing sound
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Past tense for to speak or shout at length in an angry, impassioned way
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