1. Hot enough to boil; SYN. scalding.
2. Intensely stirred up especially by anger or resentment; SYN. sizzling.
1. Cooking in a boiling liquid; SYN. stewing, simmering.
2. The application of heat to change something from a liquid to a gas.
Process of changing a liquid into its vapor, by heating it at the maximum possible temperature for that liquid (see boiling point) at atmospheric pressure.