Definition of fulminate
- fulminate a decree
- fulminating against government regulators
- —Mark Singer
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She was fulminating about the dangers of smoking.
The editorial fulminated against the proposed tax increase.
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First Known Use: 1824See Words from the same year
: to complain loudly or angrily
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to lower or disgrace the reputation of
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