[fuhl-muh-ney-shuh n]


a violent denunciation or censure: a sermon that was one long fulmination.
violent explosion.

Origin of fulmination

1495–1505; < Latin fulminātiōn- (stem of fulminātiō) a thundering, fuming. See fulminate, -ion
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Word Origin and History for fulmination

c.1500, from Middle French fulmination, from Latin fulminationem (nominative fulminatio) "discharge of lightning," noun of action from past participle stem of fulminare (see fulminate).

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