fulminous

fulminous

(ˈfʌlmɪnəs; ˈfʊl-)
adj
1. harshly critical
2. of, involving, or resembling thunder and lightning
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The result was a series of fulminous online reviews in which mostly anonymous writers blasted Neumann and the business, saying their experience at the June 2010 wedding had been a disaster.
In the local Nationalist-supporting News/check meanwhile, Ardrey's fulminous hooey in African Genesis, dedicated to Marais with cute illustrations by Ardrey's wife, the actress Berdine Grunewald, was unreservedly welcomed (on 24 February 1967), although, when the recovered Ape was out, Peter Wilhelm (on 26 December 1969) displayed more reserve.
Suggestions fifteen years later to set up a "Voice of America" relay station combined with furtive CIA probes in the Borneo territories provoked a fulminous reaction.