furore

Seizure vs Furore - What's the difference?

seizure | furore | Related terms |

Seizure is a related term of furore.


As nouns the difference between seizure and furore

is that seizure is the act of taking possession, as by force or right of law while furore is sensation.

Furore vs Obsession - What's the difference?

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Furore is a related term of obsession.


As nouns the difference between furore and obsession

is that furore is sensation while obsession is a compulsive or irrational preoccupation.

Transport vs Furore - What's the difference?

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Transport is a related term of furore.


As nouns the difference between transport and furore

is that transport is transport, transportation while furore is sensation.

Scandal vs Furore - What's the difference?

scandal | furore |


As nouns the difference between scandal and furore

is that scandal is an incident or event that disgraces or damages the reputation of the persons or organization involved while furore is sensation.

As a verb scandal

is (obsolete) to treat opprobriously; to defame; to slander.

Furore vs Furour - What's the difference?

furore | furour |


As nouns the difference between furore and furour

is that furore is sensation while furour is .

Riot vs Furore - What's the difference?

riot | furore |


As nouns the difference between riot and furore

is that riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior; uproar; tumult while furore is sensation.

As a verb riot

is to create or take part in a riot; to raise an uproar or sedition.

Furore vs Ruckus - What's the difference?

furore | ruckus |


As nouns the difference between furore and ruckus

is that furore is sensation while ruckus is a noisy disturbance and/or commotion.

Interest vs Furore - What's the difference?

interest | furore | Related terms |

Interest is a related term of furore.


As nouns the difference between interest and furore

is that interest is while furore is sensation.

As a verb interest

is to engage the attention of; to awaken interest in; to excite emotion or passion in, in behalf of a person or thing.

Furore vs Mania - What's the difference?

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Furore is a related term of mania.


As a noun furore

is sensation.

As a proper noun mania is

(roman mythology) the goddess of the dead and ghosts.

Outburst vs Furore - What's the difference?

outburst | furore | Related terms |

Outburst is a related term of furore.


As nouns the difference between outburst and furore

is that outburst is a sudden, often violent expression of emotion or activity while furore is sensation.

As a verb outburst

is to burst out.

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