fulmination (Meaning)

Wordnet

fulmination (n)

thunderous verbal attack

the act of exploding with noise and violence

Webster

fulmination (n.)

The act of fulminating or exploding; detonation.

The act of thundering forth threats or censures, as with authority.

That which is fulminated or thundered forth; vehement menace or censure.

fulmination Sentence Examples

  1. The professor's fulmination against plagiarism sent a chill down the spines of the students.
  2. The politician's fulmination against his opponents was met with disdain and ridicule.
  3. The priest's fulmination on the sin of greed was intended to stir the hearts of the congregation.
  4. The commander's fulmination against the retreating soldiers was futile, as they had already fled the battlefield.
  5. The critic's fulmination against the novel's lack of literary merit elicited a response from the author.
  6. The judge's fulmination against the defendant's behavior was intended to send a clear message about the seriousness of the offense.
  7. The teacher's fulmination against the student's poor performance was met with a sullen silence.
  8. The king's fulmination against the rebel forces was a desperate attempt to quell the uprising.
  9. The scientist's fulmination against the company's environmental practices was ignored by the executives.
  10. The activist's fulmination against the government's inaction on climate change fell on deaf ears.

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The professor's fulmination against plagiarism sent a chill down the spines of the students.

The politician's fulmination against his opponents was met with disdain and ridicule.

The priest's fulmination on the sin of greed was intended to stir the hearts of the congregation.

The commander's fulmination against the retreating soldiers was futile, as they had already fled the battlefield.