furore


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fu·ro·re

 (fyo͝o-rô′rĭ)
n. Chiefly British
Variant of furor..

[Italian, from Latin furor, frenzy; see furor.]

furore

(fjʊˈrɔːrɪ) or

furor

n
1. a public outburst, esp of protest; uproar
2. a sudden widespread enthusiasm for something; craze
3. frenzy; rage; madness
[C15: from Latin: frenzy, rage, from furere to rave]

Furore

 of bandsmen: noise or outcry [modern].
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.furore - an interest followed with exaggerated zealfurore - an interest followed with exaggerated zeal; "he always follows the latest fads"; "it was all the rage that season"
fashion - the latest and most admired style in clothes and cosmetics and behavior
2.furore - a sudden outburst (as of protest)
disturbance - the act of disturbing something or someone; setting something in motion
brouhaha - a confused disturbance far greater than its cause merits

furore

noun commotion, to-do, stir, excitement, fury, disturbance, flap (informal), outburst, frenzy, outcry, uproar, brouhaha, hullabaloo an international furore over the plan
Translations

furore

[fjʊəˈrɔːrɪ] furor (US) [ˈfjʊərɔːʳ] N (= protests) → ola f de protestas, escándalo m; (= excitement) → ola f de entusiasmo

furore

[ˈfjʊərɔːr fjuəˈrɔːri] n (= protests) → protestations fpl

furore

, (US) furor
nProtest(e) m(pl); to cause a furoreeinen Skandal verursachen

furore

[fjʊəˈrɔːrɪ] furor (Am) [fjʊəˈrɔːʳ] n (protests) → scalpore m; (enthusiasm) → entusiasmo
References in classic literature ?
Virtu contro al Furore Prendera l'arme, e fia il combatter corto: Che l'antico valore Negli italici cuor non e ancor morto.
He turned to the huge bundle of clippings which had come in from his press bureau, and read about himself and his vogue, which had become a furore. All his creative output had been flung to the public in one magnificent sweep.
Impia tortorum longos hic turba furores Sanguinis innocui, non satiata, aluit.
But producers of American Idol were quick to distance themselves yesterday from the furore that has engulfed the UK show.
RUSSELL Brand has brushed off the furore over "Manuelgate" as "meaningless"
RANGERS striker Nacho Novo insists the furore surrounding his desire to play for Scotland was taken "too far".
But Oxford crown court manager Geraldine Henley insisted it was nothing to do with the furore.
Gibson has been embroiled in a furore after anti-Semitic remarks he made when arrested for drunk-driving in California.
The Dead Or Alive singer sparked a furore on Celebrity Big Brother when he claimed the coat was made from gorilla fur.
The 34-year-old insists he received a "fair hearing" but was concerned at the "furore" which followed the ban.
Woods caused a furore at the Belfry five years ago, when the prestigious tournament was last played on European soil.
LABOUR is five points ahead of the Tories despite the furore over the Hutton Report and top-up fees, a poll said last night.