Part of speech:
To be made by boiling or steeping:
To soak, steep, or saturate in liquid
To draw moisture from, as by heating, leaving only the dry solid portion.
Simmer is defined as to cook something gently, keep at or just under boiling.
Bubble means to make or form into thin balls of liquid or foam, or to make a boiling sound.
Steam is defined as to give off a vapor or to expose to a vapor.
To subject to intense, often uncomfortable heat.
To mix with water until smooth
To treat indulgently; baby.
To burn (a person, for example) with hot liquid or steam.
(Physics) To increase the heat energy of an object.
Steep means to soak in liquid.
To make free of living microorganisms, as by subjecting to great heat or chemical action
To make a sound similar to this:
To drain or seep through a porous material or filter.
To stir, beat, or shake (milk or cream) in a churn
To exude or expel foam:
To cause to produce foam.
To excite; agitate
To rise and move in a billowing or swelling manner.
To hang down:
To speak quickly and excitedly; gush.
To expose to fumes
To be angry
To move with great violence or intensity:
Any such pustule
An appearance of a rash or blemish on the skin.
(Anatomy) A pouch or cavity in any organ or tissue, especially the paranasal sinus.
The definition of a sore is a painful spot on the body or something that causes annoyance, irritation or grief.
To prepare, as for freezing, by scalding (said as of vegetables)
To splash or mark, as with blobs
To cover or mark with blotches
To consume, injure, or change the condition of, as if by action of fire or heat; to affect as fire or heat does.
To cause the formation of pus in
To cause (the skin) to redden or grow hot, as from strong emotion or stimulants.
To be boiled in such a way.
To freeze is defined as to become frozen, to make something frozen or to stop moving.
Smolder is defined as to smoke and burn slowly without flames, or to hold in feelings of anger or hate.
To cook (food) in liquid heated to the point of steaming
(Intransitive) To become calm.
(Informal) The point at which one loses one's temper.
(Archaic) To moisten or soil
To be agitated
- Stew refers to slow, prolonged boiling or, in an extended colloquial sense, unrest caused by worry, anxiety, or resentment
- Simmer implies a gentle, continuous cooking at or just below the boiling point or, metaphorically, imminence of eruption, as in anger or revolt
- Seethe suggests violent boiling with much bubbling and foaming or, in an extended sense, excitement the country seethed with rebellion
- Boil , the basic word, refers to the bubbling up and vaporization of a liquid over direct heat or, metaphorically, to great agitation, as with rage it made my blood boil
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