unsmouldering

smoulder

[smohl-der]
verb (used without object), noun

unsmouldering, adjective
unsmoulderingly, adverb
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smoulder or (US) smolder (ˈsməʊldə)
 
vb
1.  to burn slowly without flame, usually emitting smoke
2.  (esp of anger, etc) to exist in a suppressed or half-suppressed state
3.  to have strong repressed or half repressed feelings, esp anger
 
n
4.  dense smoke, as from a smouldering fire
5.  a smouldering fire
 
[C14: from smolder (n), of obscure origin]
 
smolder or (US) smolder
 
vb
 
n
 
[C14: from smolder (n), of obscure origin]

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smoulder
see smolder.
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