emboil definition

  • verb:
    • resulting in to boil with fury; to aggravate; to chafe.
    • To cause to boil with fury; to irritate; to chafe.
    • To cause to boil with anger; to aggravate; to chafe.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To boil with fury; to effervesce.
    • To boil with fury; to effervesce.
    • To boil with fury; to effervesce.
  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in to boil with anger; to aggravate; to chafe.
    • resulting in to boil with anger; to aggravate; to chafe.
    • resulting in to boil with fury; to irritate; to chafe.
  • others:
    • To warm; trigger burning, much like temperature.
    • To boil violently; therefore, to rage with pleasure or fury.
    • To warm; cause burning, much like fever.
    • To boil violently; for this reason, to rage with pride or anger.
    • To heat up; cause burning, as with temperature.
    • To boil violently; therefore, to rage with pleasure or anger.

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