verb (used without object)
to burn without flame; undergo slow or suppressed combustion.
to exist or continue in a suppressed state or without outward demonstration:
Hatred smoldered beneath a polite surface.
to display repressed feelings, as of indignation, anger, or the like:
to smolder with rage.
dense smoke resulting from slow or suppressed combustion.
a smoldering fire.
the US spelling of smoulder
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noun 1. a young, silvery salmon in the stage of its first migration to the sea. noun 1. a young salmon at the stage when it migrates from fresh water to the sea
1. Sovereign and Military Order of Malta.