fulmination fulmination


  1. (n) thunderous verbal attack
  2. (n) the act of exploding with noise and violence


  1. Russian Orthodox Church was torn in two by revolution and regicide, by the enmity between communism and capitalism, nearly a century of fulmination and hatred.
  2. Bamboozled is Lee's latest and most telling outrage--a spuming fulmination on the racial stereotypes that Americans, black and white, endure and perpetuate.
  3. This HBO hour displays his grousing wit and splenetic temperament in full fulmination as he rails against the world and the heavens too.
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