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Definition of "fumed" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of fume. (verb)

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Use "fumed" in a sentence
  • "And then on Halloween, the day after Palin's disgust for various members of the Alaska media bubbled over and caused her, the mother of a daughter who bore a son out of wedlock, to ironically describe these reporters as "corrupt bastards," Palin fumed on Fox News that reporters citing anonymous Republican sources criticizing her in a recent Politico article should "man up" and "cite themselves" so she could publicly debate them."
  • "And then on Halloween, the day after Palin's disgust for various members of the Alaska media bubbled over and caused her, the mother of a daughter who bore a son out of wedlock, to ironically describe these reporters as "corrupt bastards," Palin fumed on Fox News that the anonymous Republicans sources criticizing her in a recent Politico article should "man up" and "cite themselves" so she could publicly debate them."
  • "This produces the rich nut-brown finish so popular in Arts and Crafts furniture and is known as fumed oak."