furibund


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If this Bowelt is an honest man," his Highness continued, "he will give to the demand of these furibund petitioners a very queer reception.
Ainsworth, 'Maniacal Style and Furibund Story', in Herman Melville, Moby-Dick, pp.
In Crispinus's purge these include the most outrageous: lubrical, turgidous, ventositous, oblatrant, furibund, fatuate, prorumpted, and obstupefact.