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  • noun Plural form of fulmination.

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Examples

  • Church and listened to the "fulminations" against him. [

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries

  • They will do what they do because just under the gauzy veil of their fulminations they know that to deal in matters of truth would require effort and worse, an exposure of just how weak and cowardly they actually are.

    Like Hell Needs A Heat Wave...

  • Beijing's fulminations suggesting that Washington has used the Nobel to meddle in China's internal politics -- and Washington prosecuting its currency war with Beijing -- represent a lesson in how two hard power economic giants with different cultures and infrastructures manage social issues and expectations.

    Eric Ehrmann: China Roiled by Washington's October Surprise

  • Beijing's fulminations suggesting that Washington has used the Nobel to meddle in China's internal politics -- and Washington prosecuting its currency war with Beijing -- represent a lesson in how two hard power economic giants with different cultures and infrastructures manage social issues and expectations.

    Eric Ehrmann: China Roiled by Washington's October Surprise

  • Beijing's fulminations suggesting that Washington has used the Nobel to meddle in China's internal politics -- and Washington prosecuting its currency war with Beijing -- represent a lesson in how two hard power economic giants with different cultures and infrastructures manage social issues and expectations.

    Eric Ehrmann: China Roiled by Washington's October Surprise

  • Many of the fulminations on this thread sound like stage-setting for more of thesame.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Is the Slaughter Solution constitutional?

  • I also wonder how many of these over-the-top fulminations (is that redundant?) were in response to the “we want the Obama Administration to fail” meme.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Results of VC Reader Poll

  • They will do what they do because just under the gauzy veil of their fulminations they know that to deal in matters of truth would require effort and worse, an exposure of just how weak and cowardly they actually are.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • Bild, whose fulminations are closely followed in German political circles, explained: "Mamma mia, for Italians, inflation is a way of life, like tomato sauce with pasta!"

    Italy's Draghi Aims to Ease German Doubt

  • Beijing's fulminations suggesting that Washington has used the Nobel to meddle in China's internal politics -- and Washington prosecuting its currency war with Beijing -- represent a lesson in how two hard power economic giants with different cultures and infrastructures manage social issues and expectations.

    Eric Ehrmann: China Roiled by Washington's October Surprise

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