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(verb) to utter or send out with denunciation / (verb) to send forth censures or invectives / (verb) express vehement protest

Highlighted phrases

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the adherents of a philosophy which has since degenerated into a mere ideological sport, fulminate in pre-1933 fashion against artistic distortion

—p.189 Commitment (177) by Theodor W. Adorno
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6 years, 8 months ago


pissing on some long-ago third rail and fulminated to charcoal

—p.615 by Thomas Pynchon
strange
1 year, 6 months ago


Alice still continued fulminating, becoming a Marxist right around ’91

—p.51 by Benjamin Kunkel
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10 months, 3 weeks ago


Her eyes sifted among the crowd inevitably toward his own, which Aziz imagined fulminating like stars, and broke there, resting on him very lightly

—p.456 by Jennifer Egan
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2 years, 5 months ago


It seemed to her suddenly that little flame-colored globes were exploding in the air like fulminating bullets

—p.278 Part III (203) by Gustave Flaubert
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2 years, 5 months ago


That evening, Gapon, his world view shattered, ‘red hot’, Krupskaya will recall, ‘from the breath of the revolution’, fulminates to a crowd of survivors: ‘We have no Tsar!’

on Bloody Sunday (Jan 9, 1905)

—p.19 The Prehistory of 1917 (5) by China Miéville
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6 years, 9 months ago


Fulminating like this, talking under his breath, Mitchell found himself at the Seine

—p.159 by Jeffrey Eugenides
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4 months, 2 weeks ago


Just before the final pardon, Tito himself fulminates the proliferation of treasons that obliges him to proliferate acts of clemency

—p.47 Diagnosis (17) by Slavoj Žižek
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6 years, 9 months ago


The new light disorients, the fulminating nature overwhelms, and the air, dense with pollen, bothers my eyes

—p.14 by Jhumpa Lahiri
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2 years, 10 months ago


They could fulminate against upper-class parasites and the idle rich in ways which could be mistaken by the politically unwary as genuinely radical.

—p.206 Chapter Nine (196) by Terry Eagleton
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6 years, 8 months ago