- burn slowly with smoke but no flame；show or feel barely suppressed anger, hatred, or another powerful emotion
- smoke coming from a smouldering fire
verb: smoulder, 3rd person present: smoulders, gerund or present participle: smouldering, past tense: smouldered, past participle: smouldered
noun: smoulder, plural noun: smoulders
- 1. burn slowly with smoke but no flame the bonfire still smouldered, the smoke drifting over the paddock 同義詞
- ▪ show or feel barely suppressed anger, hatred, or another powerful emotion Anna smouldered with indignation 同義詞
- ▪ exist in a suppressed or concealed state the controversy smouldered on for several years 同義詞
- 1. smoke coming from a smouldering fire the last acrid smoulder of his cigarette
- burn slowly with smoke but no flame: the bonfire still smoldered, the smoke drifting over the paddock
- smoke coming from a fire that is burning slowly without a flame: the last acrid smolder of his cigarette
Oxford American Dictionary
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埪窯的意思有像用泥巴的窯在悶燒,所以如果是動詞,我會寫成"to smolder in the mud kiln",若是名詞,就把"to"去掉,再加"the",變成"the smolder in the mud kiln"
...doctor said, "To hold up a bruised reed and light up a smoldering wick, those are the greatest joyful cheering and achievements...