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furore

noun fu·rore \ˈfyr-ˌr, -ər, especially British fy-ˈr-ri\

Definition of FURORE

1
:  furor 3
2
:  furor 4b
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Examples of FURORE

  1. <the store's going-out-of-business sale caused such a furore that security guards had to be called in to restore order>
  2. <baseball fans in a furore as the game stretched to 11 innings>

Origin of FURORE

Italian, from Latin furor
First Known Use: 1790

Rhymes with FURORE

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