other words for furor
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Although his assumption of power was accepted docilely by the Council, it sparked a furor among the populace of Mayfield.
"Yes; I do not remember, of late years, any one who created such a furor as Lady Studleigh," was his reply.
The furor it created was cut short by a fire, which destroyed the organ and damaged the tower of the church.
When this furor had blown over, after things had quieted down in the Jovian confederacy, it might be possible to release Mallory.
At the end of the session, when he returned to his home, he found Chicago wrought up to a furor of protest.
Then Pacific Mail was going at 66 and the brokers were again in a furor.
I was trotting by the side of Maj. Livingston amid a furor of bursting shells.
Before the furor of 1876, how many scores of provincial English had?
Here the preaching created a furor among those who were joined to their sectarian institution and felt that it was in danger.
Left to herself, the Furor again paused, like some wild animal seeking in vain for cover.
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