v. be abuzz; be full of; move in large numbers
The plaza will teem with undercover policemen.
Sentence in Classic:
Yet his very elbows, when he had his back towards me, seemed to teem with the expression of his fixed opinion that I was extremely young.
David Copperfield By Charles Dickens Context
When I had lain awake a little while, those extraordinary voices with which silence teems began to make themselves audible.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens Context
His pleasant neatness and compactness, his small hands and feet, his teeming ready brain, his unaffected accessibility, and a certain fine apprehensiveness which stamped him as susceptible from his topmost hair to his tipmost toe, proved irresistible.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw Context
Gradgrind, in his Observatory (and there are many like it), had no need to cast an eye upon the teeming myriads of human beings around him, but could settle all their destinies on a slate, and wipe out all their tears with one dirty little bit of sponge.
Hard Times By Charles Dickens Context
And everything will be teeming with life, and not a moment will there need to be lost, seeing that, had you even twenty eyes, you would have need for them all.
Dead Souls By Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol Context
Stir up thy teeming breast, sunder the peace they have joined, and sow seeds of quarrel; let all at once desire and demand and seize on arms.