Furor Sentence Examples
The program is provoking a furor among privacy advocates.
Actor Jerry Douglas had not expressed interest in leaving the show, but he was let go despite fan furor.
It is this that caused much of the initial furor.
Much of the furor and hype has died down around this controversy, but the damage, as it were, may have nonetheless been done.
This created a furor with some of her fans.Advertisement
The scoop caused headlines in much of the world, and sparked a furor in the " Middle Six " countries.
In Virgil's Aeneid, Allecto unleashes furor, an evil and uncontrolled quality which can dominate and consume a human personality.
Lando relates the furor caused by the reading to widespread resentment of Buckingham.
At the beginning of September, Michelin caused a furor by announcing 7,500 redundancies.
The furor was bound to happen anyway, surrounded as he was by small-minded bigots, so he should have published earlier.Advertisement
I 'm sure you know it was gar 's abusive, incoherent and vitriolic rants that caused the furor.
The Critics The incident and the photos caused furor in Brazil, and sides were quickly taken.
It was long supposed to have eight mouths; but Ribeiro de Sampaio, in his voyage of 1774, determined that there was but one real mouth, and that the supposed others are all furor or canos.1 In 1864-1868 the Brazilian government made a somewhat careful examination of the Brazilian part of the river, as far up as the rapid of Cupaty.