slow burn

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A gradually increasing feeling of anger or frustration

The comedy comes from the patient slow burn of the parents as they try to ignore the explosive belligerence of the boys.

A gradually increasing sense or show of anger: did a slow burn while waiting three hours in the doctor's office
(Informal) increasing anger, gradual building up of fury, gradual increasing of anger (contrary to an instantaneous outburst)
do a slow burn
To experience a gradually increasing feeling of anger or frustration

Not working ...” I said, growing testy. . . . I did a slow burn. I was way beyond my computer comfort level, and that was apparent to all.

did a slow burn
{f} (Informal) his ager increased gradually, his fury built-up in an increasing manner
slow burn

    Türkische aussprache

    slō bırn


    /ˈslō ˈbərn/ /ˈsloʊ ˈbɜrn/


    [ 'slO ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English slAw; akin to Old High German slEo dull.

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