Definitions

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  • n. One who fulminates, or criticizes intensely

Etymologies

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fulminate +β€Ž -or

Examples

  • When the Fox News fulminator Glenn Beck says β€œlet the banks lose their tails, they need to,” he illustrates precisely where right-wing populism meets that on the left.

    Sunday Reading

  • First, there's the copy generator, the writer of the first draft, the spewer, the fulminator, the would-be artist, the literary personage who is going to tell everyone how it is and do it with turns of phrase so spectacular they actually augur a hole right into the page.

    The Writing Team

  • Reporters initially poked fun at the pixie-faced fulminator but Falwell supplied such pithy quotes that it was hard to stay away.

    Diane Winston: Falwell Had a Dream

  • Rae had come a long way in a few months: from a woman who neglected her job to rush to her husband's side every time he snapped his fingers, to a full-scale fulminator.

    The Shape of Dread

  • From the daily fulminator he had turned to the weekly medium of fun and fooling, when, from behind another paper, the face of a gray-haired, good-natured appearing person, quite different off the bench, chanced to look out at him.

    Half A Chance

  • God-hater and atheist fulminator Christopher Hitchens who assailed Mother Teresa on TV during her funeral and Irish rock singer baldy Sinead O'Connor are the most extreme examples.

    Tom Roeser

  • In short, for him too, believing is seeing - the guy is just another fulminator, better suited to the world of politics or column-writing.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Yet I don't think I ever read of any anti-Zionist fulminator daring to suggest to Palestinians (or Arabs) that they are pursuing illegitimate goals in forging their nationalist aspirations.

    BobFromBrockley

  • CC - Yet I don't think I ever read of any anti-Zionist fulminator daring to suggest to Palestinians (or Arabs) that they are pursuing illegitimate goals in forging their nationalist aspirations.

    BobFromBrockley

  • George Bush and his chief of staff had made coordinated and concerted attacks on, and suggested that the colorful left-wing fulminator - not Harry Reid - was the "true intellectual force" behind the Democratic party.

    The Corner

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