brood en Francés
v. couver; accouver; broyer du noir; réflechir; penser, méditer
Every impulse that we strive to strangle broods in the mind and poisons us.
He felt that if he brooded on what he had gone through he would sicken or grow mad.
He was obliged to sit close to it, and brood over it, before he could extract the least sensation of warmth from such a handful of fuel.
He had something on his mind to ask of her, something that he had brooded on for many months of silence.
It was the imagination that made each crime bear its misshapen brood.
The heavy scent of the roses seemed to brood over everything.
And by way of emphasizing his protest, he entered the dwelling of his foreman, scattering among his dusky brood handfuls of dollars.
and tiny babies, the sick who could hardly drag themselves along, old men carried on the shoulders of their grandsons, old women with little children clinging to their skirts, a pitiful, silent brood.
Cows are always brooding.
Lacour was taking a lively interest in all this, lauding the French gaiety which laughs and sings in the presence of danger, while his friend continued brooding about Julio. When would he ever see him?
1. breed: flock, run, class, family, kind, line, lineage
2. offspring: issue, litter, progeny, young
3. offspring: issue, flock, young, progeny
4. sulk: muse, dwell on, grieve, fret, ponder, ruminate over, pout
5. incubate: hatch, set, sit
6. meditate morbidly: sigh, gloom, languish, grieve, repine, fret, sulk
7. incubate: hatch, set, cover