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Synonyms for fulminate

Synonyms for fulminate

to release or cause to release energy suddenly and violently, especially with a loud noise

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a salt or ester of fulminic acid

criticize severely

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come on suddenly and intensely

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cause to explode violently and with loud noise

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Erdogan has hardly helped investor sentiment, fulminating against high interest rates in comments which have raised concerns about the independence of the central bank.
It is all very well fulminating about this latest snub but we were told when an elected mayor was imposed on the city we would have much greater leverage with the national government.
After all the fulminating about Syria's humanitarian catastrophe, they're inventing reasons not to act to avoid another catastrophe.
This is the sort of Mickey Mouse economic management which was practised so avidly by Labour when they were in Government and which led directly to the budget cuts against which the Labour leadership of the Council is now fulminating so self-righteously.
Yes, the reactions from the high moral ground have been a tad excitable, and some of the commentators might perhaps have taken a moment to reflect on past indiscretions before fulminating on Alan Pardew.
Fulminating disease (also referred to as X disease) of guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) is an acute enteritis characterized by intense prostration and a very high death rate, leading to the almost complete destruction of affected flocks.
With Simon Hunt, admittedly fizzling rather than fulminating on the opposite sideline, Moseley could have the balance and firepower to unsettle Bristol - assuming their forwards can win the ball.
True, while fulminating against the political class, Kejriwal might appear a bit of a caricature: at best an Amitabh Bachchan style Angry Young Man of the 1970s and in his more over- the- top moments, a Nana Patekar- sque Angry Mad Man of the 1990s.
It would be as inconceivable to suggest such a scheme here as to ask those fulminating against Rangers to have a whip-round to save them.
FEC ruling of January 2010, which held that corporations enjoy rights to free speech under the First Amendment, the political left has been fulminating against the decision, and seeking any possible means to blunt the impact of corporate money in politics.
Her illness was the fulminating relapsing form with periodic flare-ups, during which times she was very ill.
However, there's no point in him fulminating at Betfair.
Her function, after the worst of his fulminating had subsided, was to agree, first of all, with his point of view.
Anyone who is still not sure whether Anwar Awlaki is a bitter, fulminating, implacable enemy of the United States should check out the video posted online Monday.
No matter, in fulminating via the internet he had communicated, effectively, with the entire world - anyone who logged on to his site could see it and anyone could have taken offence.