(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
v. simmer, seethe, [pressures-cook, steam; informal, worry, fret, fume, stew in one's own juice. — n. pepperpot, ragout, goulash, fricassee, bouillabaisse; informal, agitation, dither, sweat, tizzy. See food, difficulty, excitement.
(Roget's IV) n.
Syn. ragout, goulash, Hungarian goulash, meat pie, cottage pie, steak-and-kidney pie, gallimaufry, olla-podrida, olla, olio, stroganoff, bouillabaisse, beef stew, Irish stew, slumgullion*, casserole, mutton stew, lamb stew, veal stew, pot-au-feu (French), matelote; see also food , soup .
1. [To boil]
Syn. simmer, braise, fricassee; see boil 1 , cook .
2. [To fret]
Syn. fume, fuss, chafe; see fume , worry 2 .
See Synonym Study at boil .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
soup, mishmash, goulash, melange, hodgepodge, ragout, burgoo, chowder, beef stew, salmagundi, *mulligan stew.
1. simmer bubble, heat, seethe, boil.
2. fret fume, seethe, fuss over, worry over, brood.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To cook (food) in liquid heated to the point of steaming: boil, parboil, simmer. See INGESTION. 2. Informal To focus the attention on something moodily and at length: brood, cark, dwell, fret, mope, worry. See CONCERN, THOUGHTS. II noun Informal. A state of discomposure: agitation, dither, fluster, flutter, perturbation, tumult, turmoil, upset. Informal: lather. See CALM.

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