One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Let me state firmly and without misunderstanding that I am fumingly mad and angry about press reports linking me and that man.’
- ‘The storeowner fumingly glanced over at Candace, who sat only three seats away from him.’
- ‘I know there's nothing you can do now, and I don't want to upset you, but I'd be fumingly outrageously unbelievably angry!’
- ‘We got to watch him and chuckle as he fumingly turned around to enter the driveway.’
- ‘Stepping aside, I watched him as he fumingly marched inside.’
- ‘However, it has made me fumingly mad, and on more than one occasion.’
- ‘Grumbling, he donned his garments, and fumingly, he walked outside to meet the source of his emotional disturbance.’
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