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- n. Obsolete form of furor.
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The ensuing furour over the demo probably scared him into coming forward to apologise and landed him back in jail.
The day following we embarqued ourselves quietly, being uppon our guard for feare of any surprize, ffor that ennemy's danger scarcely begane, who with his furour made himselfe so redoubted, having ben there up and downe to make a new slaughter.
Makynge theyr sacrafyce with furour noyse and shout
2.68.86: The rage: that oft dyd make me erre, by furour vndiscrete.