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(furō —, —, ere

FVR-, to rage, rave, be out of one's mind, be mad, be furious : valetudinis vitio: inquiram, quid sit furere, etc., H.: recepto Dulce mihi furere est amico, play the fool , H.: luctu filii, be distracted : dolore, O.: Inachiā, to be madly in love with , H.: furebat, se vexatum, etc.: te reperire, is madly eager , H.—Poet.: hunc sine me furere ante furorem, V.—Of things, to rage, be furious : furit mugitibus aether Concussus, V.: ignis in stipulis, V.: stella leonis, H.

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