Definition of Simmering. Meaning of Simmering. Synonyms of Simmering

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Definition of Simmering

Simmering
Simmer Sim"mer, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Simmered; p. pr. & vb. n. Simmering.] [Prov. E. also simper; -- an onomatopoetic word.] To boil gently, or with a gentle hissing; to begin to boil. I simmer as liquor doth on the fire before it beginneth to boil. --Palsgrave.

Meaning of Simmering from wikipedia

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- Simmers is an English language surname and a patronymic from Summer. Notable people with the name include: Bren Simmers (1976), Canadian poet Brian Simmers...
- Caitlin Simmers (born October 26, 2005) is an American surfer who has competed professionally since 2018. Simmers qualified for the 2022 CT by finishing...
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- Simmering (German pronunciation: [ˈzɪməʁɪŋ] ; Viennese: Simmaring) is the 11th district of Vienna, Austria (German: 11. Bezirk, Simmering). It borders...
- William Simmers (18 September 1865 – 1950) was a Scottish footballer who pla**** in The Football League for Bolton Wanderers. William Simmers was born in...
- is made by soaking or gently simmering kelp in water; soaking is traditional and fit for making baby food while simmering is a more modern practice. Kombu...
- Chris Simmers (born 17 October 1969 in Scotland) is a Scottish former rugby union player. He pla**** professionally for Glasgow Warriors and at amateur...
- "Simmer Down" A sample of the single. Problems playing this file? See media help. "Simmer Down" was the first single released by The Wailers, accompanied...
- Simmer is a German habitational surname for someone from Simmern. Notable people with the name include: Charlie Simmer (1954), Canadian former professional...