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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fulmine.
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It was a Boston audience both as to character and numbers, an altogether imposing affair, over whom the mayor of the city presided and before whom two of the most consummate orators of the commonwealth fulmined against the
It fulmined from the pulpit and frowned from the pews.
Macedon, fulmined over Greece to, 241. there is a river in, 92.
Where Tully once fulmined, where Virgil once sung.
He attached himself to Mirabeau; became connected with Camille Desmoulins, Marat, Robespierre, Pétion, Brune (afterwards the marshal), Fabre d'Eglantine, the Duc d'Orleans, Laclos, Lacroix, and all the illustrious and second class orators who then "fulmined over"
Shook the Arsenal, and fulmined over Greece 
"fulmined over Greece," where the verb in English conveys at once the idea of flash and reverberation, but avoids that of riving and shattering.