Definition of stew
verb - intransitive
- to focus at length on a negative subject or emotion.
Citation from "Dumped, But Not Down", Psychology Today, Carlin Flora, July 01 2007 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Citation from "Bed & Breakfast", Bob's Burgers (TV), Season 1 Episode 7 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: to become angry, go crazy, freak out.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'to become angry, go crazy, freak out':
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|Definitions include: to lose one's temper.|
|Definitions include: to act in a crazy manner towards someone - e.g. yelling, beating.|
|Definitions include: an exclamation of surprise or disappointment; "damn"; "darn"; "shit".|
|Definitions include: anxiety experienced before making a phone call, especially to a member of the opposite sex.|
|Definitions include: to become enraged, lose one's temper; "freak out".|
|Definitions include: to make a U-turn.|
|Definitions include: to laugh hysterically.|
|Definitions include: to make a person angry.|
|Definitions include: Couldn't believe it, or make a big deal.|
|Definitions include: to react with extreme emotion; freak out.|
|Definitions include: to phone or page excessively; to fill up the capacity of some electronic answering service (voice mail, answering machine, one's pager, etc.)|
|Definitions include: to go on a murderous rampage after having society's pressure build on you.|
|Definitions include: become enraged; "freak out".|
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Other terms relating to 'stew':
|Definitions include: drunk.|
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