English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "simmer"

If you let the spaghetti sauce simmer all afternoon, it will taste much betterWhen you make rice, you should bring the water to a boil, and then let it simmer for about 25 minutes.

If you let the spaghetti sauce simmer all afternoon, it will taste much better.

You should turn the heat down on the soup, and just let it simmer for about half an hour.

Tensions in the region have been simmering for months, and now it looks as if war may break out.

The young woman was simmering with anger when her husband came home late, smelling of alcohol.

The hatred between the two teams has been simmering all season, and now they are playing each other in the final.

Tensions appear to have simmered down somewhat in the region over the past few days.

You have to let the spaghetti sauce simmer for at least 2 hours to really get the flavor to its best.

You should let the rice simmer at medium heat for about 25 minutes to make it really tender.

I like to let my spaghetti sauce simmer for about an hour before serving.

Leave the sauce to simmer until it begins to thicken.

Their family seems okay on the surface, but I detected a certain tension simmering underneath their happy exterior.

The recent murder of a family on a picnic is threatening to turn the simmering anger in the region into a more serious conflict.

Everyone felt tired and lazy in the simmering heat of the afternoon.

The debate over ownership of the territory has been simmering for several years.


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