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Boiling — synonyms, boiling antonyms, definition
1. boiling (a)
angry blistering bubbling burning cooking ebullition effervescing fiery flaming frothing fuming heated hot infuriated molten raging red-hot scalding scorching seething • • •
2. boiling (Noun)
bubbling ebullition effervescence fermentation frothing seething simmering stewing working
boiling (Noun) — The application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas.
boiling (Noun) — Cooking in a liquid that has been brought to a boil.
10 types of
cookery cooking evaporation heating preparation vapor vaporisation vaporization vapour warming
decoction mashing decoction process
3. boiling (Adjective)
baking roasting sweltering
boiling (Adjective) — Feeling uncomfortably hot.
4. boiling (Verb)
churning moiling roiling
boiling (Verb) — Come to the boiling point and change from a liquid to vapour.
ex. "Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius"
boiling (Verb) — Immerse or be immersed in a boiling liquid, often for cooking purposes.
ex. "boil potatoes" ex. "boil wool"
boiling (Verb) — Bring to, or maintain at, the boiling point.
ex. "boil this liquid until it evaporates"
boiling (Verb) — Be agitated.
ex. "the sea was boiling in the storm"
boiling (Verb) — Be in an agitated emotional state.
ex. "The customer was boiling with anger"
7 types of
altering being changing changing state modifying moving turning
boiling over bubbling over decocting fermenting overboiling overflowing rolling seething simmering sizzling spilling over
5. boiling (Adverb)
boiling (Adverb) — Extremely.
ex. "boiling mad"