furore


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Synonyms for furore

Synonyms for furore

an interest followed with exaggerated zeal

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a sudden outburst (as of protest)

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Now Lewis has shocked fans yet again - as he has wiped clear his Instagram feed and deleted the apology video that he issued following the furore.
European tender by open procedure for the provision of multifunctional print and copying for the purpose of Primary Education Foundation Public Furore (OPO Furore).
It obviously was going to cause some sort of furore at some stage or another - the very fact he put his name to this book would suggest that it's exactly what would happen.
However, Brennan stated that he feels that the furore surrounding Hot Spot and claims of batsmen deliberately using tape on bats to trick it had probably played a part in the decision to cut it for the Ashes.
Former minister of state and NC MLA Nasir Aslam Wani, backed by five others, brought the adjournment motion over the arrest of Shah by Delhi Police last week as the issue caused a furore in the assembly.
They caused a furore in 2008 when they left smutty messages on veteran actor Andrews Sachs' answerphone during a pre-recorded Radio 2 show.
Speaking during the recording of his chat show, Ross said: "We did both regret the furore that we caused, and also the hurt it may have caused Mr Sachs and his family.
Summary: A repentant Theyab Awana will feature for the United Arab Emirates in an Olympic qualifier against India this weekend despite the furore surrounding a back-heeled penalty he scored against Lebanon.
Sexism row is an encouraging sign THE best thing about the furore around the Andy Gray/Richard Keys (Sky TV) affair is that there IS a furore - that people do not support their behaviour.
Summary: Sky Sports anchorman Richard Keys has apologised for his part in the sexism furore that has cost fellow presenter Andy Gray his job.
Consumer agency Furore PR put on its glad rags at the Clothes Show Live at the NEC to produce a fashion show.
6m, there was an absolute furore among his detractors.
As expected, Furore (Fury) is in part an angry disc in which operatic rants and ravings come at you fast and furiously.
Mahatma Gandhi would be the most disappointed of all people over the current furore over his "possessions" - an integral part of his teachings was that one should not become attached to any "possessions" irrespective of how much one may value them.
Tasso's famous predecessor chose to make the furore of the lover and the poet the centerpiece of his work of art.