Definition of Fulminated

1. Verb. (past of fulminate) ¹



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Definition of Fulminated

1. fulminate [v] - See also: fulminate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fulminated

fully briefed
fully fashioned
fully fledged
fully grown
fully qualified hostname
fully well
fulmar
fulmar petrel
fulmars
fulmiaic
fulminant
fulminant hepatitis
fulminant hyperpyrexia
fulminate
fulminate of mercury
fulminated (current term)
fulminates
fulminating
fulminating dysentery
fulminating mercury
fulminating smallpox
fulmination
fulminations
fulminator
fulminators
fulminatory
fulmine
fulmined
fulmineous
fulmines

Literary usage of Fulminated

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1. Masterpieces of Eloquence: Famous Orations of Great World Leaders from Early by Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1905)
"The act of Parliament has fulminated against them. Clear positive laws and clear positive private engagements have no exception of circumstances in them, ..."

2. Illustrations of Biblical Literature, Exhibiting the History and Fate of the by James Townley (1856)
"On the publication of the bull of excommunication fulminated by the pope against Queen Elizabeth, he wrote an able confutation of it, of which an English ..."

3. History of Pittsburgh and Environs, from Prehistoric Days to the Beginning by George Thornton Fleming (1922)
"... fulminated their anathemas at the devoted head of the sacrilegious Youngson, who feebly replied that nothing but the distribution of the paper was ..."

4. Wykeham's Register by Thomas Frederick Kirby (1899)
"They did not appear, and the bishop fulminated a sentence of excommunication against them from Wolvesey, 30 March, 1379. ..."

5. The Household Narrative of Current Events by Charles Dickens (1850)
"He has fulminated a sort of bull or allocution against the new constitution, and has given formal notice of a motion in the Council Chamber which is to do ..."

6. The History of Portugal: From the Commencement of the Monarchy to the Reign by Edward McMurdo (1889)
"... influential persons—Violent measures aro taken—New oppressions—A Nuncio appointed for Portugal—Interdict fulminated on the authorities— The Nuncio takes ..."

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