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fŭrĭbundus , a, um, adj. furo,
I.raging, mad, furious (rare but class.; syn. v. furialis).
II. Esp., filled with prophetic inspiration, inspired: “hariolorum et vatum furibundae praedictiones (shortly before: furente modo and furor),Cic. Div. 1, 2, 4.—* Adv.: fŭrĭbunde , furiously: “omnes furibunde concutiens,Hier. in Jesai. 5, 14, 5.
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