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furore

noun [S] uk UK (US furor)   /ˈfjʊ.rɔːr/ us    /-rɔːr/
a sudden excited or angry reaction to something by a lot of people: The government's decision to raise taxes has caused a great furore. the furore over his latest filmAnger and displeasure
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