ferment

[ noun fur-ment; verb fer-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF ferment

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I see him smiling and debonair at the minute when I am in a ferment.

But the issue of Kniggrtz startled Napoleon and set France in ferment.

It spread like wildfire, and in half an hour all the town was in a ferment.

But am in such a ferment, that I cannot at present write to them.

Let it ferment for three days in a tub covered with a double blanket.

If the liquor is not put immediately into the jugs, it will not ferment well.

It ranged out over an ocean world which was all in a state of ferment and change.

The whole town was in a ferment, gathered in the town square.

These plums are apt to ferment, if not boiled in two syrups; the former will sweeten pies, but will have too much acid to keep.

He returned with intelligence that set our shanty in a ferment.

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