[ fuhl-min ]
/ ˈfʌl mɪn /
verb (used with or without object), ful·mined, ful·min·ing.Archaic.
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Origin of fulmine
First recorded in 1580–90, fulmine is from the Latin word fulmināre
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Example sentences from the Web for fulmine
In a preceding line there is an allusion to the proverb, Procul a Jove, sed procul a fulmine.The Plays of Philip Massinger|Philip Massinger
From what hand shall it fulmine over England as over Greece?
Ipsum vero Pallas fulmine percussum procell vi scopulo etiam allisit.