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Definition of furor:

  1. Rage; fury.
  2. See furious.

Synonyms:

outrage, rumpus, welter, squall, hoopla, furore, zoo, lividness, moil, clatter, hysteria, pandemonium, turmoil, irateness, craze, coil, uproar, hubble-bubble, blather, danger, hurly, do, williwaw, foofaraw, fuss, a disaster waiting to happen, ire, to-do, religious cult, splore, threat, thing, row, lividity, fad, madness, adventure, helter-skelter, whirl, pother, spleen, disturbance, fun, corroboree, rampage, bustle, delirium, tumult, mode, ballyhoo, vogue, ado, ruckus, fever, choler, havoc, emergency, deliriousness, rage, distraction, mad, wrath, cultus, cult, bobbery, precipice, trend, hurly-burly, hurry-scurry, hurry, indignation, bother, alarums and excursions, fashion, stew, wrathfulness, birse, stir, hurricane, shindy, mood, hubbub, bluster, crisis, feelings, minefield, usual, escapade, angriness, ruction, kerfuffle, flap, hullabaloo, hoo-ha, style, clutter.

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