VS.

Seething vs. Turmoil

Published:

Seethingadjective

Filled with unexpressed anger, the state of being livid.

Turmoilnoun

A state of great disorder or uncertainty.

Seethingadjective

boiling, bubbling

Turmoilnoun

Harassing labour; trouble; disturbance.

Seethingnoun

The action of the verb to seethe.

Turmoilverb

To be disquieted or confused; to be in commotion.

ADVERTISEMENT

Seethingadjective

in constant agitation;

‘a seething flag-waving crowd filled the streets’; ‘a seething mass of maggots’; ‘lovers and madmen have such seething brains’;

Turmoilverb

To harass with commotion; to disquiet; to worry.

Seething

Seething is a small village in Norfolk, England, about 91⁄2 miles south east of Norwich. Known as 'Seechin' in Tudor England, it covers an area of 6.78 km2 (2.62 sq mi) and had a population of 341 in 141 households at the 2001 census, the population increasing to 365 at the 2011 Census.Its church, St Margaret, is one of 124 existing round-tower churches in Norfolk.

Turmoilnoun

Harassing labor; trouble; molestation by tumult; disturbance; worrying confusion.

‘And there I'll rest, as after much turmoil,A blessed soul doth in Elysium.’;

Turmoilverb

To harass with commotion; to disquiet; to worry.

‘It is her fatal misfortune . . . to be miserably tossed and turmoiled with these storms of affliction.’;

Turmoilverb

To be disquieted or confused; to be in commotion.

ADVERTISEMENT

Turmoilnoun

a violent disturbance;

‘the convulsions of the stock market’;

Turmoilnoun

violent agitation

Turmoilnoun

disturbance usually in protest

ADVERTISEMENT

Popular Comparisons

Latest Comparisons

Trending Comparisons