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furore noun

ADJ. considerable | public | political

VERB + FURORE cause, create, provoke His choice of words created quite a furore.

FURORE + VERB surround sth the furore which surrounded her appointment as chairman | follow, result from sth | die down

PREP. amid a/the ~ (of) His resignation passed almost unnoticed amid the furore of the elections. | ~ about/over/surrounding the furore over the proposed introduction of tax on fuel | ~ among The sale of the two best players caused a furore among the fans.