from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a rage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a fuming manner; angrily.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a fuming manner: angrily; in a rage.
I'm sure Canada's Blogging Tories, who are fiscally prudent to the point where they're all for slashing funding for the arts, will be fumingly outraged by this egregious fraud perpetrated on the American taxpayer.
Hank Freid had never seen this before, and it happened so quickly, and when I called myself from work, the recording was the old classic one, which was not good for my business today b/c it says clearly youâ ™ ve reached a phone number thatâ ™ s been disconnected or no longer in serviceâ ¦ I tried that a few times, then fumingly called AT&T, b/c I had just paid bill Feb 20.
Just wanted to send a little tip from a brief but fumingly angry ex-customer.
By the sixth Diomedean day, Wace had put on a noticeable amount of flesh and was weakly but fumingly aprowl in his room.
Florida, who fumingly reported artificial interference on the amateur TV bands.
And a report to this effect was delivered to a fumingly distracted German major general, who yearned for a chance to atone in some way for the day's shameful reverses.
"He was fighting with a mad dog!" reiterated Wefers, fumingly.
Found out we were the only 4 to climb it, and everyone was fumingly jealous and didn't believe us until we showed them our tickets.
How could you be so sure? â€ And once the public has gotten so fed up that they must resort to constitutionalizing how damn sure they are, liberals start fumingly slamming their gavels in protest.
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