But if she breaks her silence and says anything at all about the furore, it could take on a more serious hue.
After all the furore about his pool parties lately, you couldn't have blamed Prince Harry if he'd missed the paralympic swimming.
To say that the newcomers found the council of nobles in a furore would be to put it mildly.
Perhaps it was this very person who had created the furore at the meeting.
But such a fuss was kicked up, such a furore created, that it is no wonder the receiver of the goods lay low, and said nothing.
Our camp is alive; our camp is exuberant; our camp is in a furore.
The reporters recording his decisions put down "Twysden in furore," thinly veiling the judicial wrath in modest Latin.
But while the English were angry, the French indulged in a furore of welcome.
The furore of a moment before had been for Arlt more than for himself.
Let's hope this furore will die down as suddenly as it jumped up.
1790, Italian form of furor, borrowed originally in the sense "enthusiastic, popular admiration;" it later descended to mean the same thing as furor and lost its usefulness.