Antonyms for simmered down

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She simmered down a bit, I under stand, after her first wild splurge.

The affair now had simmered down to plain temper and tit for tat.

I was not in the mood to receive the rebuff calmly, and she simmered down.

Ginger had simmered down to a mood of melancholy resignation.

Presently these simmered down to a residue of angry amazement and curiosity.

I made full sure he'd find a way if I could reach him; and when I had it simmered down to this, the problem simplified itself.

Their brains became cooler, and simmered down like a coffee-pot when taken away from the fire.

Folsom pointed out that he couldn't well do both, and by two o'clock it simmered down to a demand for instant court-martial.

So in a few moments their wrath had simmered down; and they fell savagely upon the yet warm feast.

She showed that by the way she simmered down about Cousin Egbert's cat before she left.