Examples of furore in a Sentence
the store's going-out-of-business sale caused such a furore that security guards had to be called in to restore order
baseball fans in a furore as the game stretched to 11 innings
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Yes, the media furore caused by the survey won't have helped to shorten the growing divide between Everton and its fans either, and Allardyce does have a right to question if the question about his stewardship was the right one to ask.
The bank overhauled its compensation policy in reaction to the furore and Chairman Urs Rohner admitted underestimating public sensitivity to the issue.
The furore was unbearable and became a factor in the band's decision to stop touring.
There have been at least eight such furores, mainly based on nonsense.
There has been a huge furore over Newcastle's lack of action in the January transfer window, with much speculation that manager Rafael Benitez could resign or be sacked by the club if the current situation continues.
The furore also comes at a tricky time for Mr Duterte’s administration.
The furore will colour the Academy Awards ceremony on March 4th.
That provoked a furore in the country, which is scheduled to hold the first round of presidential and legislative elections on February 4th (see article).
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