rove, smolder, moil, swan, blow up, drift, flare up, range, turn over, twine, anger, stray, bombilate, calm, wind, revolve, foam, hustle, flap, vagabond, ramble, roll, churn, wrap, steam, wheel, roll up, simmer, pluck, buzz, ferment, tramp, cast, thrum, wander, burn, roam, wave, hum, feelings, roil, bristle, roll out, bombinate, bubble, undulate, boil over
infuse (part of speech: verb)
rage (part of speech: verb)
- My father says one mustn't seethe the kid in its mother's milk. - "Watersprings", Arthur Christopher Benson.
- Alluding to it months later, Mrs. Browning wrote to Horne, " The heat was just the fiercest fire of your imagination, and I seethe to think of it at this distance." - "Life of Robert Browning", William Sharp.
- Masses of fallen rock are grouped along the beach underneath the cliff, around which the rising waves seethe and foam and hiss. - "Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast", Samuel Adams Drake.