fulminate

The sketch was inspired by the quote using the word ‘fulminate’

No, that’s not Kate Moss but a representation!
Everyone wants to be young, beautiful and rich. I don’t say that scornfully: there are worse things to want to be. But that’s why, for example, people don’t begrudge Kate Moss how much she earns for a day’s work but will fulminate over the take-home pay of some fat, old Water Board exec.
— Nigella Lawson, “Never mind the size, just feel the price”, The Observer, September 3, 2000

fulminate \FUL-muh-nayt\ , intransitive verb;
1. To issue or utter verbal attacks or censures authoritatively or menacingly.

2.To explode; to detonate.

transitive verb:
1. To utter or send out with denunciations or censures.
2. To cause to explode.


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