One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘ministers and preachers fulminated against the new curriculum’
protest, rail, rage, rant, thunder, storm, declaim, inveigh, speak out, make a stand, take a stand
denounce, decry, condemn, criticize, censure, disparage, attack, execrate, arraign
informal mouth off about, kick up a fuss about, kick up a stink about, go on about
rare animadvert, excoriate, vociferate about, vituperate
2‘thunder fulminated around the house’
explode, flash, crack, detonate, blow up, go off
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