Antonyms for fumed

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Dick paddled and fumed and splashed water and got more excited.

If any one (except my father) had called me a fool for my pains, how I should have fired and fumed!

Mr. Bartlett, the passenger, had been on time and had fumed and fretted at the delay.

I thrashed him while he fumed and foamed, and cursed and swore.

There was no excuse for their heartless conduct, he fumed indignantly.

When their supply was exhausted they raged and fumed until they secured more.

This was exasperating, and Marius fumed secretly and swore at the delay.

"If you ask me, he's got the deuce of a cheek, you know," Verinder fumed.

The rope charred and fumed, and he snapped it; and then he began on his feet.

I fumed, but duty was duty, and I kept to my work night and day.