furor[ fyoor-awr, -er ]SEE DEFINITION OF furor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUROR
At about that time, an announcement was made that created a furor.
Before the furor of 1876, how many scores of provincial English had?
When the 'furor uterinus' seized her, nothing could keep her back.
They were not creating a furor with pink and lavender haystacks.
And what about this other thing—this furor epilepticus, whatever it is?
Then Pacific Mail was going at 66 and the brokers were again in a furor.
My taste in the matter, is, I flatter myself, perfectindeed with me it is a furor.
The failure of the first company and the sale of the plant had created a furor in the town.
The dog and the cat trotted after, undismayed by the furor about them.
The Furor, riddled with shot, fled to the shore and broke in pieces on the rocks.