Context sentences for "seethe" in Hungarian
EnglishThe oceans seethe with life, five billion years evolved, twice as old as Earth's.
EnglishIt has got into the evening papers, I seethe fact that he is missing, I mean.
EnglishShould the villain fall to the ground, he is instantly overcome by a seethe of ants.
EnglishThey began to seethe as she stepped towards them, raising their heads like cobras.
EnglishThen the man was gone, abruptly yanked away by the seethe of the crowd.
EnglishIt's a terrible thing to do, but I seethe logic of your position.
EnglishThe flash obscured the sight picture for a brief moment, then cleared in time for him to seethe bullet impact.
EnglishI begin to seenot whatyou would like to seethe outlines ofa face and form but the outlines of amind .
EnglishBut there was only more of what he could already seethe slender trees and vines with their shiny leaves and the earth from which they grew.
EnglishI ferment, I burn, I seethe.
EnglishBefore the shock could seethe into his face, Foyle turned, ran six steps to the first door he saw, opened it and darted through.
EnglishNo rational man could sort out all the alliances, betrayals and blood feuds that seethe just below the surface of this unhappy kingdom.'
EnglishAnd I saw the other great vision that is ours to see-the great spiritual depth of each man buried deep within a crucible of heated flesh and blood.
EnglishGradually the morning temperature attained its usual intensity; his eyeballs and brain began to seethe; the heat pierced his innards; his lungs burned.