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furibund (adjective), more furibund, most furibund
1. A reference to being irate and full of rage and anger: Many people had a furibund reaction to the sudden increase of taxes by their governing body.
2. Etymology: from Latin furibundus, "maniacal, mad, raging"; from furo, "rave, rage" + -bundus, "to become, to grow".
Full of anger and enraged.
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