fulmination : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n thunderous verbal attack
- n the act of exploding with noise and violence
his fulminations frightened the horses
- 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.
- On MSNBC's "Hardball," top strategist Axelrod says it's "unfortunate" the media is spending "hours and hours on the fulmination of one guy.
- Nonetheless, to a world grown weary of cold-war fulmination, the thunder out of Hanoi or Havana often has a curiously chimerical ring; the Iron Curtain itself seems less an .