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fume (verb), fumes; fumed; fuming
1. To smoke; to throw off vapor, as in combustion: "Where the golden altar fumed."
2. To say something in an angry way: "The workers fumed that the company made changes without consulting or even letting them know what was about to happen."
3. To produce and to pass off smoke and fumes in vapors: "The volcano was fuming thick, black smoke."
4. To be in a rage; to be hot with anger: "He's fuming at not being invited to the party last night."
5. To disperse or to drive away in vapors. "The heat will fume away most of the scent."
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