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Sentence count:44+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-24Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: furorjuroraurorafurthermoreeuroerrorfuremperorMeaning: n. 1. an interest followed with exaggerated zeal 2. a sudden outburst (as of protest). 
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1 His choice of words created quite a furore.
2 The disclosure has already caused a furore among MPs.
3 The security leaks have caused a widespread furore.
4 The scandal blew up into a major political furore.
5 His novel about Jesus caused a furore among Christians.
6 His last novel created a furore among the critics.
7 His resignation passed almost unnoticed amid the furore of the elections.
8 Addison's theory caused a furore in the academic world.
9 Second(, the furore obscured the fact that Velikovsky was making an important point: catastrophes have occurred in the past.
10 The furore was increased by the ham-fisted police hunt for those responsible.
11 The furore over the Mellors' freebie at New Year in 1990 has put paradise temporarily out of bounds to the world.
12 So what is this conductive education that the furore is all about?
13 This tip-off sparked a furore in 1992 which swept Ireland into months of political crisis and instability.
14 Ostensibly, the furore was over the possibility that the offices would obscure one of the famous views of the castle.
15 Often the furore stemmed from audiences' unease at being plugged into a musical idiom shorn of familiar signposts.
16 In the subsequent furore, I nearly lost my Leeds shirt to a rabid band of Man U supporting women.
17 The furore among providers about current government-funding policies which challenge the latter assumption suggests that this is a real danger.
18 After the furore over the schoolgirl rape victim,( he risks having a controversial but respectable viewpoint mistaken for insensitivity.
19 By Christmas the party was in a furore, with the Cecils and Stanleys agitating against the new policy.
20 The government's decision to raise taxes has caused a great furore.
21 The sale of the two best players caused a furore among the fans.
22 That is not to say its decisions go unchallenged-witness the furore over Consolidated Gold Fields and Newgateway.
23 To Yacouba the new watchwords of democracy and modernization are vast improvements on the furore of the Revolution.
24 The occasional incidents of newborn babies being stolen from public hospitals understandably causes a furore.
25 So I felt for Mariella Frostrup with the ensuing furore about her presenting one edition of Panorama.
26 In practice they are at daggers drawn as the furore over Tom Clarke's pronouncements on the subject this week amply illustrates.
27 In many cases they have the public on their side as the recent furore over the rail links with London has demonstrated.
28 To some extent this was unarguably true, but not in my view to a sufficient extent to cause the furore.
29 They always fit perfectly, look painted on, and some have caused quite a furore in the past.
30 The arrangements for the sale of cup final tickets were introduced after a furore over the ticket sales for the semi-final.
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